In life there will always be weights. Weights of the mind. Weights of the heart. Weights of the body. Weights that come from other people and the list goes on. But if I had to put it in a category of good or bad, I would chose the good side. I believe weights should be working more of an advantage in/and for our lives as opposed to a disadvantage. I also believe that weight should better define who we are and our weight capacity. Where do we max out at? Is there a minimum weight scale that is so light that it is useless and feels pointless? I sometimes feel this way when I'm working out. Some weight are just too light and feels like a waste of my time. It's like I'm lifting air with no resistance. However, if I add maybe 10 lbs I can feel resistance and feel like my body is benefiting from the work-out. In life the weights your carrying should be a benefit to you always. You should not feel better, you should be better.
Weights in life should shapen you mental capacity. When weights arise in any form we should be able to think deeper and more creatively or grab someone to help. Weights should remind us of how awesome we are. Weights will mind us that we can overcome anything. Weights flex our muscles for the next weightier matter.
Now you could focus on the negative but why? It's overrated!
You don't even know your true weight capacity but just keep walking the journey you'll find out!
Until next time,