So many of us are desiring to finally "make it" on our journey in this World. To finally end any struggling, and to live a life that we perceive to be perfect. No one is exempt from everyday challenges and the obstacles that accompany them. Yes, though we have this in common, every struggle is personalized. We all have our own battles to conquer and our own "demons" to fight. The thing that many of us have failed to realize is that this is all a part of life. We've all been there, or exist there presently; waiting on this "perfect moment" to finally live, to reveal ourselves to the World, and to begin enjoy life. In this waiting stage, we formulate the thought that we will soon dwell in enjoyment and peace, but only once we "make it". What exactly is meant by "make it"? From my observances and personal encounters, I've concluded to "make it" means to have achieved an ideal "perfection" in the realms of love, finance, physicality, health, and social life. If we all await this perfection before we begin to enjoy life, deem ourselves worthy, or go after certain desires, then what are we doing while in this waiting stage? Existing in a waiting stage can be dangerous. To dwell "patiently" in stagnation and fear is no move for those who desire to move ahead significantly.
We never really "make it". I know, it sounds peculiar, but it is true. If we find ourselves chasing that "perfect" life and moment in which we will no longer know obstacles, challenges, and struggles, we will forever be on a chase. We only level-up, that is, "make it" to higher levels in understanding, maturity, and knowledge which allows us to react to, conquer, and use these obstacles, challenges, and struggles differently than we've known before. There is no supreme measure in knowledge, maturity, understanding and living. Life is an educational journey in which we constantly learn and grow. Because of age or experience, many of us believe that we are able to reach the ultimate degree of knowledge, love, maturity, etc. We, along with this Universe and this life are limitless, therefore, why do we place limits on how much we are able to do and be? When we finally begin to innerstand our limitless nature, it is then that we will begin to acknowledge the perfection of our present and the levels we have surpassed. In this innerstanding, much of our worry and anxiety will cease. We then we be able to enjoy our journey and life and "level up" gracefully, smoothly, and with appreciation. I have a feeling that it isn't our job to worry heavily on the who's, what's, and where's of the future, but to smoothly transition into each level while on our journey and take from it what we can.