It’s true as time goes on nothing remains the same. Some friends who were once so close are now mere acquaintances or distant memories. That person you could talk with for hours you now find you have little to say. You focus on yourself as they focus on themselves and thus begins the relationship drift. Life happens—school, work, family, survival, struggle and whatever lies in-between. Times change, which includes how people prioritize you in their lives, as well as how you prioritize them.
I just love the feeling from a great workout; it is an unparalleled high that helps to align the mind and body. Aside from benefits doctors' give for exercising, for me, it has a spiritual component similar to mediation, which I also enjoy. It clears my head of the ever-flowing thoughts of my mind. Like a computer with several windows up, with multiple tabs open on each—that’s my brain.
That post workout feeling makes me feel like a superwoman; I feel like I can accomplish anything (at least, until the endorphins die down). In those moments, it gives me heightened mental and physical confidence where I have capabilities within myself to make things happen, things I can feel good about doing. It serves as inspiration for myself.
I apply what I have learned from exercising to other areas of my life.
HI. I'M AWET.
A simple soul who likes to engage the world in meaningful ways in the hopes of inspiring others.
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