A Lost Opportunity!

A Lost Opportunity!

If we don’t take away anything valuable or anything life-changing out of this current situation, isn’t this a lost opportunity then?

For everyone, of all age groups, we are all in the same situation, facing the same crisis, however, we’re facing something like this for the first time ever, in our lifetime.

In some form or another, there has to be some takeaway from this.

It could be, with regards, to your personal life, to your work, to your habits, to your mental and physical health or probably, from the entire viewpoint of life.

There is a chance here to build upon that takeaway you have taken from this situation, and see where that thought process takes you.

It could lead to something new in your life, that’s the lost opportunity you shouldn’t miss out on.

Perspective has changed, hasn’t it?

Perspective has changed, hasn’t it?

With everyone that is happening around us, the social distancing, the home isolation, the panic and the chaos, everyone’s perspective towards life has changed, hasn’t it?

We had a different perspective of looking at life earlier, when everything was normal. It was all relax and chill, focused on short-term planning and long-term planning. But, revolved around planning and planning.

Now, with this pandemic, hitting masses on such a scale, now when it comes upon yourself, then everything changes. Now it becomes, why was I focusing on this, does that even matter, and that perspective changes. Do you agree?

Sure, work is important, goals and ambitions are important, still are, but things like this make you question that you cannot leave things for the future. You cannot postpone something for tomorrow, because is there a tomorrow?

You got to do what you want right now. That is the perspective that I take away from this. You need to express your feelings, instead of keeping them bottled up. You need to pursue your dreams right now, because when else. You need to be with the ones you want to, right now, not in the future when there will be more time in your hands.

Who knows what happens 5 years later? You have to take that step right now and just take the leap, in whatever sector of life you were hesitating with.

Life is important, life is precious, life is about now. Living now, living in the present, not the past, not the future.

This should always have been the perspective, but even if it changes now, why not, better late than never.