Published On:Saturday, 25 July 2015
Posted by Chaudhry

Pay The Price, And Take It Away

We must all put in the effort, seemingly easy or seemingly hard to get what we genuinely want. So, when I say, pay the price and take it away in the title, I am talking about a law that works like gravity and the fact that what jumps must land on the ground. Recently, I had a near argument with my Mom on the phone, and I realized that I must take honest, logical and working action to get things to work for me. Nobody is coming to the rescue in any way except my own actions for myself really. I do not mean this in an inordinately selfish way either, or in a completely altruistic way also. I do mean it this way though: Success is like the law of gravity, take the proper actions and the proper outcome will ultimately happen. I did not say that it is easily assured or anything, but I did say that the proper combination of actions will ultimately make the desired result ultimately happen.
Reality works as literally as a combination lock, really. get the right combination, it will open and work, whatever the feelings or immediate seeming failure results. The real failure is not to know the combination to the lock of life and "give up" right before you get the full understanding, complaining something like "it is not worth it". The combination lock to life is as simple as workable effort, but the "it is not worth it" comes from excuses not to do it right or even do it at all ultimately.
Right now, I am thinking of Dr. Wayne Dyer's book, "No Excuses" and Brian Tracy's book by almost the same name. Opening the lock of life really ultimately comes down to that all of the time. "It is too hard" is for the genuine losers. "I will find a way even if I do take the back door and pay a price for it because I really want it" is for the most genuine winners. I made it as simple as "it is too hard" for the losers, because the most genuine of winners are automatically more successful and more complex in a positive way and more interesting than the losers of life. Losers simply want to make excuses and quit, winners get things done creatively. Get my point here?
For, life is an individual proposition we take from birth on with a decision to win or lose in it, whatever our surroundings or reality, good or bad. If you are ready to win, from the bootstraps up, take this to heart. If you want an excuse to lose, well all you can do is make one up with just as much effort as you would put into winning. But, in this vein let me say one final thing: Success is easier than failure, as sure as it is better to be productive than to be destructive. Losing is an excuse then, and winning is creativity without bounds.
My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write by that for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker. I also work at a senior center in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.

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