Unleash The “Beast”


Nope, the beast isn’t my wild blown out hair blowing in the wind. It’s actually something that has held me back from leaping and taking risk in the past. It’s caused me to be left confused thinking what will my life be? How could I have a promising career if I don’t know what exactly makes me happy?

The mind is a powerful tool, so one night I let my mind take me deep into my thoughts. It’s amazing what it had pulled out because these were all things that I was familiar with. But this time they all aligned themselves and made sense for the first time. It’s like my heart had it all but my mind had finally put things into perspective.

So yes, I know what it feels like to want so many things in life but feel like its impossible. Maybe your parents don’t approve, maybe others don’t understand your vision, and it may even be blurry to you at first. But just know if you even spark a interest in something go for it. Don’t let you insecurities get the best of you because I promise it all will make sense in the end.

The day I chose to do what my heart desired was when my ” beast” was unleashed. Although the road to understanding it all was very blurry I kept my goals in mind and kept pressing forward. and because of my ambition things are starting to become transparent.

Do what you love, love what you do



3 thoughts on “Unleash The “Beast”

  1. This is truly relevant to me as a college student. My GPA isn’t where I’d like it to be and meetings with my advisors always end in tears lol but I’ve learned to love the process and accept the a grade point average doesn’t not define me as a person nor measure my intelligence. I look forward to unleashing the beast next semester though lol


  2. The day I decided to ”unleash the beast, ” was last year when I decided to go out of State for college. My family did not support my decision because they did not understand my reason for why I wanted to leave the State. Coming from immigrants parents who don’t speak English is hard to explain to them my vision because they Don’t understand me. They threaten to not pay for my tuition, but that did not stop me from leaving, and it was the best decision I made so far in my life. Now, going on my second year of college and I received 50% scholarship. Thank God!!


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