Bruce Lee encourages individuals to always push beyond. People have to know that strength and courage will always lead to a better result. A person must not allow his/her self to become stuck in the ordinary of routines. Otherwise a person will become bored and under stimulated. People can always ask more of themselves. A small gain should always encourage a person to capitalize upon it and to seek to be the most that you can be. There are survivors of all sorts of vices and we are all called to be there to support each other I have always sought encouragement from as many sources that are possible. I would not be where I am today if I had not. I believe that a recovery from any sort of a vice is only possible through comradery and kinship.
A person has to realize that plateaus are temporary and are meant to be pushed beyond. With a supportive environment people should always be encouraged to push beyond where they feel their limits are met. Often times a limit is self-imposed in one’s head. Bruce Lee encourages people to push farther. People should always look towards his quotes as they try and push past where they are. No plateau is permanent and every person has to remember any lull is temporary in nature. We will all experience plateaus and people have to be willing to push past the plateaus to get to their destination. Much of life is surrounding yourself with supportive individuals and using the influence from them to accomplish what you know must be attained. A person needs to heed the advice of Bruce Lee and never put a limit on what he/she can accomplish. Successful individuals in life often see their plateaus as spring off points where they can gain more momentum to move forward. Mentors can often encourage people by example. Often times it is not what a person specifically says it is rather how their presence made a person feel.
I hope that I represent encouragement by being present in the interactions that I take part in. There have been many times where my interaction with an individual may have seemed insignificant to me but the pupil found it very encouraging. I have come to learn that it is not always about how I feel at the moment, rather how my presence and interaction made the patient feel. As I get further and further away from my injury I must understand the lasting impact that my interaction can have on others going through similar life experiences. I thank you for reading and would be encouraged to read any thoughts that you may have.