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End of the World, or the beginning of a New one?

So guess what? It's not the end of the world. It just isn't. I didn't think it would be, but I actually thought it was only months ago...when I realized something had to end for something new to begin.

Think about all the toxic, bad things in your life that you let happen to yourself. Think about that moment when it finally kicked you in the gut and awakened your inner soul. It had to kick you real hard in order for you to wake up. You were sleeping a deep sleep.

You let all this nonsense, all this poison seep into your very pores. Why? You felt tolerant perhaps or you felt that you needed to feel pain or misery in order to achieve happiness and acceptance. Truth is you didn't need to suffer. You have the choice. You have the choice to make decisions in your life that are hard in that very moment but you realize later it needed to be done.

I have been reborn. I have let go of toxins and cleansed my world of grief, sadness, misery and self depreciation. I urge you all to do the same - find yourself and ask yourself what you really want. If what you have does not give you what you need, let go of it. Let go of bad friends, bad lovers, bad emotions, bad thoughts.....leave it behind you and look forward with positivity and enlightenment.

With a new year approaching, and ironically It contains the number 13 - do not let that haunt you. Reverse that thought and think of it as a challenge. You make life what you will and wish it to be.

Take the challenge....run that marathon, take that trip to Europe, go back to school, leave your lover that's no good for you and leave those friends you always knew whispered behind your back. Take 2013 by storm. You can do it. Just do you and love yourself and the world will love you back.

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