Do you have a fear of limitation? Do you feel that you can do more, but aren't? Are you limiting yourself in some way?
Many men limit themselves. They don't know what they can really do, because they have never explored their limitations, never fulfilling their maximum capacity.
For example, think about your work or your relationship with your lover or children. Are your fears of contributing more stop you from living a more enjoyable life? Is it possible that you could be making more money in a new, more enjoyable way? Could your relationship with your wife be better--much better? Are your kids growing up thinking how amazing their dad is?
Somewhere in between where you are right now and where you can imagine really enjoying everything in your life is a limit. A limitation. A place where you stop short, don't fully engage, don't risk putting yourself out there, and listen to the fear.
Or maybe you don't mind the limitations. Maybe you're watching enough TV to drown out your fears and make yourself comfortable. Maybe you've deluded yourself enough, and you're not even thinking about expressing yourself in giving your best gifts to the world. You're essentially dead and uninspired, and that's okay with you. Yes?
Well, then maybe a change will do you good. If you are aware of your fears of being limited, taking risks, and not fully enjoying your life, your work, lover, wife and children, then maybe a change in lifestyle is what you need. Consider how you earn your money. Some men choose work that is comfortable, work they know they can do well. They feel secure. They invested 10 years into a career, and they're afraid to let it go, even if it means living with having very little interest in doing anything amazing. No risk. Does that sound like you?
Yes? Then, my suggestion is to not hang back. Don't play dead.
Give of ourself so much that it feels scary. Work hard at giving. Push your limits. Trust in yourself that you can earn more money, make more friends, be a great dad, and love your woman even more. And, if you feel "comfortable" in your work, then consider that you might not be doing your best.
A superior man is always pushing limits. It's physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually exhausting at times. That's called growth. And don't fear exhaustion. It's a mature man's reward.
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