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"It is not the violence that sets men apart. Alright? It is the distance that he is prepared to go. We are survivors, we control the fear. And without the fear, we are all as good as dead. Do you understand? Do you?"
The film is about the fierce clash between three smuggling siblings and the heartless Deputy and his men, who attempt to close down the siblings' prohibition-time home brew business (moonshiners - if you're familiar with that tv series too) after the main character will not take care of the cops. It's a great yet underrated suspense movie. Yes, I love violence, war, and drug movies for some strange reason.
Anyway, let's put the violence aside.
Let's think of this: We all have a fear of something (and we have written articles about our fears), if you control it the question is, "How far can you go?" I lived in fear of my own potential failure for years, and I am not getting any younger. How far are you willing to go and control your fear to reach your potential? Although I forgot to include this in my "fear post" previously, one of my biggest fears is always the fear of failure. Honestly, it has also gotten me nowhere. Still. I probably would have had a much different life if I had taken some risks or pushed the envelope of what I could possibly do.
The issue I generally have is that I make ridiculous goals and being incapable to reach them. I will in general turn into somewhat driven here and there, and make inaccessible objectives that have no make way. I realize since I should simplify and have clear goals to accomplish them. I additionally concur that there is consistently an opportunity to get better. We cannot maximize an ability. There is something new that happens each day that we can gain from and better ourselves.
Our full potential relies upon what we consider applicable to our lives. I for one, see harmony, peacefulness, and joy since those are the things that I consider the most applicable in my life. Everything else is only a part of what our identity is and doesn't characterize us personally.
Life isn't generally about a bed of roses. Remember that every now and then, it simply sucks. But it is always worth seeing ourselves progress through all life's craziness. When you truly want to achieve something, you need to swim somewhat more profound. Dig a little bit deeper. You can't simply surrender just because something doesn't come simple. You need to beat your obstructions and overcome your feelings of dread. Eventually, it's all gonna be worth it, that's for sure. Life is a roller coaster loaded with ups and downs. But if you keep believing in yourself, you will consistently come through without a hitch.
Today, August first, I would like to take this chance to personally thank you all for keeping me company. I am truly grateful and thrilled to have met you here.
First and foremost, I'd like to thank sis @Janefor the encouragement, and I know I haven't posted a formal personal thank you - but just so you know I do appreciate you. She was the only person who pushed me to keep on writing. 11 months ago, I joined read.cash alone. No friends, no groups, I didn't know anyone. No one invited me here either. I just saw the link somewhere on another crypto blogging site I was with. I didn't post until the 6th month. I posted a few, but I didn't get enough views and readers. I stopped because I thought this site is not for me. I came back after a few months and thought maybe sis @Jane was the sign hehe. This month of July was the official "active" month for me. I started writing one article per day. I received upvotes from the bot (not regularly, but at least twice a week and that's already an achievement), I got a diamond badge and just this week, I already reached the "orange" badge. I never expected I could do that, but well I did. Also this month of July, I made a total of $350 plus here on read.cash alone.
Again, thank you very much, my friends. To my daily and regular readers (too many of you to mention - I am worried I might miss anyone hehe) and to my wonderful and awesome sponsors, thank you all so much!
Now, to face August and the coming months, let's try to not lose our sanity in the process. Shall we get on with it, then? Let's set some goals, work smart, gather our strength, and take on each day as best we can.