Have you ever wondered how often you have to limit yourself? How often you have to do what society dictates to you? All these rules, moral laws. All these restrictions make us unhappy, we become human-parts of one big mechanism, a gray mass, without a drop of individuality or self-expression.
And it's not a surprise that sometimes we want to spit on all the rules and just be ourselves. Let it be a small rush. But even this small moment is sometimes enough to bring to our usual, measured and unremarkable life with new sensations and emotions. As if you have done something extraordinary and your life has now acquired a new sense, not the same as before. It becomes easier for you. And you feel that you need this lightness, it seems to become a part of you and you can never forget this feeling.
But you know what? This freedom has always been inside you. When you were born, it was the main driver of your development. But the older you became, the less room for freedom remained inside of you. It was replaced by external attitudes, rules of conduct, clever and stupid principles. Over time, you became a slave to these attitudes and completely forgot the little child who, with wide eyes, explored the world.
You might think that the reason for all this was the system. But this is not. The reason is inside us. If you ever want to look at your life from the outside, then you'll see that you did not dare to bungee jumping, it's you did not go to that guy at the prom, it's you who are afraid to ask the boss about another salary increase or vacation. These are your nurtured and cherished fears that dictate your behavior and you listen to them.
So what are you going to do with your fears? Let me guess, you'll fight them. It is not so easy, if everything was so simple, every second would already be a hero. It is normal to be afraid, it is important not to let fear guide you. Just close your eyes, take a deep breath and go do what you planned. And the your freedom will be a step closer and you're a little stronger. Who knows, maybe it's you, the one who will conquer the whole world tomorrow?
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