The 10 Commandments of Fitness and Wellness: A Guide To Living Life With Purpose
1. Thou Shalt Not Be Afraid Of Failure
Failure is inevitable in life, but it’s not something to fear! You have to embrace failure with joy because without it there would be no learning or growth. If you don’t fail often enough, then you won’t learn anything at all. When you do succeed, celebrate your success!
Don’t dwell on the fact that you didn’t achieve what you wanted to achieve; instead, focus on how much better things could’ve been if only…
2. Thou Shalt Not Be Afraid Of Change
Life isn’t always going to be easy, but it doesn’t need to suck either! Sometimes change is necessary for survival and sometimes it’s just for fun. There are times when you need to make changes so that you can get ahead in life. And there are other times where you might want to take a break from the world and relax.
That’s why it’s good to keep yourself flexible and adaptable.
3. Thou Shalt Not Be Afraid Of Difficult People
There will be some people in your life that you’ll never like, but they’re still human beings with feelings too! Learn to deal with problematic personalities because you’re going to come across them from time to time. It doesn’t matter how right or wrong they are. The important thing is that you learn how to get along with everyone without making things worse.
4. Thou Shalt Not Be Afraid Of What People Think
It’s a well-known fact that people will always think what they want to think about you. If you try to please everyone, you’ll only end up disappointing yourself! People will make judgments about you based on their own experiences and past relationships. Your goals, ambitions, and outlook on life may seem completely out of the ordinary to some people.
Don’t bother changing yourself just to satisfy other people’s ignorance!
5. Thou Shalt Not Be Afraid Of Growing Older
It’s a fact that everyone has to face eventually: growing older. People grow old and pass away every single day. You can fight growing old or accept it with open arms. Sure, growing older means that you’re one step closer to death.
But it also means that you’ve survived long enough to see another day. All things considered, that’s not too bad!
6. Thou Shalt Not Be Afraid Of Death
Death is the great mystery of life and no one except the individual will ever know what happens after we die.
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