Here’s a thing, your destiny on this earth is not preset, nothing good or bad is cast in stone. You build your future everyday, one thought at a time, one choice at a time, one action at a time. Some days you work harder than others; some days you make mistakes, other days you fix those mistakes and get back on track. It is not a straight line, it is not meant to be a straight line. But know this, YOU are the architect, the civil engineer and the construction worker.
YOU are the architect, the civil engineer and the construction worker.
If you like what your building looks like, be proud and grateful, cherish it and take care of it. You might have built it, but you may also destroy it by neglecting it and taking it for granted. If you don’t like what the building looks like, move some bricks around, change the plan, destroy parts or the whole of it and rebuild.
There is no finish product, it is work in progress, always until you no longer live. So the current outlook of your building (i.e. Your life) is the result of the architectural plans, choices and craftsmanship that you committed to the project. To change it, go back and revisit these factors. You are in charge!