Life is full of IF’s and BUT’s.

“If I had more money, I would give more to charity.”

“If I had more time, I would participate.”

It never stops does it? The endless amount of times someone or even yourself will do something under the condition of something else. But – now there’s another one, another objection, another way to find an excuse. Except I am using it as the preposition not the noun – why is there always an excuse made? Why does one always look for a way of escaping a problem? A way of escaping life?

There are some people out there who are living without the necessities yet we live with the luxuries and still complain. We make an excuse for not doing something like giving to charity. Haven’t you ever heard that one penny can make a difference? And it’s not just a false claim. It should give you the comprehension that doing anything doesn’t require a condition or an ‘allowing’ of such things; it’s only done with purpose and intention. The ultimate goal.

“If this” and “if that” won’t help a cause because if I could eliminate starvation hell yeah I would. But I can’t. Not just by sitting here wishing but instead actually taking a stand to achieve my desired goals because saying “if” and “but” isn’t going to make my dream achievable.

Don’t say “you can’t” because you can. Don’t say “if” or “but” just to make an excuse. Because then what you ‘wish’ for isn’t worth it.

“If it’s important to you you’ll find a way, if not you’ll find an excuse.”


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