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Elevate to Next Level

There is this big realization. It is not only about myself, but also about the people like you. Those who are ready to don their thinking cap and want to engage with their lives in a better way; people like you who really want to get the full value of their birth and want to accomplish the mission with which they have born; those who think that they can add huge value to not only their, but others' lives as well.

I work with my inner voice every day, for my everyday growth as a human being. I try and don my thinking cap and think, some times I enter into a denser ambiance of thinking. That I think is a good sign; looking at my current situation, I would welcome it, and would like to do that almost every time. 

I think I have started engaging into ''thinking and getting better'' game with my life. 

Now let's talk about the realization. The realization is that we have passed through the first level of getting better, together. That brings us to its conclusion; however, it immediately presents the next, or we can say the second, level of growth for us as thinkers, learners and experimenting beings. 

As far as I can interpret this realization, I would like to say the following:

We need to become better, by elevating our level, at every role and responsibility we have in our lives. For example, I am a father, husband, brother, son, friend, employee and a trying writer. Thus, by elevating the level of my understanding of my life, I cannot become bad at performing all these roles. I cannot relegate from the position I am at. I have got to become better at them. When I will elevate my level, I will become a batter father, better husband, better brother, better son, better friend, better employee and a better writer. 

This is the realization: the time has come to elevate to next level. Now is the time for it. This makes me understand that in these roles and responsibilities, I need to adjust my participation---be active, proactive, less active, etc.---in order to create a space for myself as well as the other person. This adjustment, or an action on my part, will led to equal and opposite reaction (as per Newton's Third Law) and thus my partners in all these relations will react to my actions and act on their parts to elevate the relationship. We together will elevate the level of mutual understanding and advantage for ourselves. This will then led to a concerted effort and a better, holistic life.       


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