In the constant journey for purpose this question arose.
An alternate self armed with unlimited access to all in this world.
Seems simple, but it's very thought provoking.
Fast forward through all the splurges..
First thoughts contain fancy and luxurious
The point is discovery of self.
The actions being taken.. the changes being made.
Happiness is a habit.
An involuntary behavior pattern.
Money, wealth.. just amplifies current circumstances. It does not generate happiness.
It is worthless and fleeting in the presence of negativity..
Being unlimited requires self control and kindness for any goodness to flourish.
The goal is goodness. Happiness. Productivity with progressive outcomes.
Create an unlimited self composed of positive energy... positive vibes.
Sewn with forgivness and appreciation. Then focus. Focus on activities that truly bring happiness. Focus on the unlimited self. What the unlimited self would do in each circumstance. Probably take more action. Makes changes in routine. Become uncomfortable with the idea of being comfortable.
Comfort zones are limitations created by fear. Comfort zones are comfortable because they are habitual. Comfortable isn't negative, but it can serve as an excuse to settle. Settling from the fear of the unknown.
Change comes with a newness. A magical excitement that things "are going to be different" - that's change. The same change that seems daunting and final.
Write it off as experience. Growth. Widsom gathering.
Only death means done and that itself, is a matter of perspective.
Strip away the negative connotations. Consider a transformation or a development.. a revolution!
Synonyms are fun.
Live in pursuit of passion. Be philosophical.
Be individual because happiness is customizable.
Yellow brick roads are infinite.
Or two or three. Etc.
Too many humans struggle with their days due to lack of passion and unhappiness.
Wishing. Dreading. Wasting.
All of which are counterproductive.
Reality only exists in the moment.
The future is current action.
Consult the unlimited self.
"If you wanna make the world a better place take a look at yourself and make a change." -MJ