Enjoy the Thrill of Life

Let fear serve you by viewing it not as an obstruction in your path but as an amusement to enjoy. Fear can help you feel more alive. Think of it as a rollercoaster. Why would you choose to ride it? Because it is thrilling on the roller coaster of life. Sometimes you have to wait in line for a ridiculous amount of time, but all the while you are anticipating with all sorts of emotions. Fear being one of them but you’re also excited to experience the thrill of the ride. After you have finally made it to the front of the line, the moment of truth sets in when you board the rollercoaster. You buckle in securely having faith that you will be safe and sound and feeling protected. The next is the fun part, sitting back, letting go, and allowing the experience to take you.

Enjoy the ride,

Jason Ratliff

Author: Jason Ratliff

One of the best things that a person could do is live their life with a higher purpose. On my journey I have discovered what my purpose is. That purpose is to help guide people on their path of life. Whether that be advising on finding a person's true calling, how to live with a positive attitude, or living life with a higher purpose. I feel that it is my duty to pass on the knowledge that I have learned and share it with the rest of the world so they too could use it to their benefit and whomever they come into contact with. I share every part of the journey from the path already traveled, to the current path I am on, to the road that lies ahead, I thrive on sharing it with you. We all have areas in our lives that may require some tinkering. Change doesn't happen overnight, but we can either address the problem or ignore it but it will never go away on its own. My intentions of sharing the insight I have to offer, comes from love, which I am honored to do so. Sharing is in our nature, when we are sharing, we feel at peace being our higher authentic self. I look forward to connecting with you! Jason Ratliff CPC

9 thoughts on “Enjoy the Thrill of Life

  1. “Let fear serve you” – what a powerful statement. I think in general, I have two modes- dismissing fear as useless and powering through, and avoiding fear (out of fear, of course!) and ultimately creating more emotional muck to wade through. I’ve never heard “let fear serve you” before in this context and I much appreciate it. Thanks Jason.

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