Opportunity Comes To Life

Drawn over bestowed by the setting sun, the silhouettes black, remarkably missing an opportunity of interacting with life.  When addressing the qualities of what we love to do, there should be an active responsibility of participation.  We can categorize all of life in the setting sun while the rest silhouetted amongst the background.  This can be said as to missing a moment.  Imagine missing the chance to meet the love of your life, passing a triumph succeeding a career prospect, or being still where a moment of fortune is present at hand.

How would you feel about opportunity when realizing that each moment could come alive?  Entering the course of action is constructed by the choice you could give to give dark statuettes on scene life.  The chance for gain and fulfillment closes within inches of coming into life; coming into existence.

How can we understand opportunity without active participation?  Only a brief investigation could give subtle details.  Uncertainty shrouds the individual from understanding.  And yet another not in any way known.  Though practically, to make certain, we need to be brave to engage with opportunity.  Under other conditions, the opportunity presented lost.

While we strive in life within the great picture, we need a respect and understanding of opportunity.  Awareness is only the beginning.  Focused from A to B, we can learn the context of the missing points in life.  From there, an active enrollment is necessary to chart opportunity.  It is up to you on what you give life to.  It is up to you on who you give life to.  It is up to you, reasonable questions, solution, and giving opportunity.

Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work. — Thomas Edison

Photo by Luca Bravo on Unsplash

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