Don’t wait for stuff to happen I think a lot of people and werewolves wait for things to happen in their life. Taking advantage of the days is pretty important but actually doing it is harder.
How to take advantage of time is difficult to accomplish, but self control is very important. I think people who have the ability to seize moments can be more productive and go further in life, whether you are human or werewolf. It’s good to be a dreamer but sometimes dreams only get you so far. There comes a point when all you do is dream and never take actions on those dream. Some are meant to be just that -dreams, and there is nothing wrong with that. But there comes a time when some of those dreams are your real life goals and yet you-we do nothing to try to reach them. We sometimes want to play things off as dreams that we are really considering real life goals but we lie to ourselves.
We don’t lie to ourselves on purpose- everybody does it, we lie to ourselves to protect ourselves from a possible failure. Failure is sometimes good though, it’s what gets us pointed in the right direction, it can make us more determined to work towards our goals. Failure can drive us to learn new things and discover the things we are actually good at. Many find that you can’t succeed without first failing.
What I think we should do is rethink what we believe to be our dreams and decide whether or not those dreams are actually our real life goals. If those are just dreams then let them be… You will find though that some of these will be what you thought to be just dreams but are actually places we want to go with our life. Whether it be learning a new language to explore another country or making yourself more friends so that you can share your life moments with other people who love you. Some of us think we don’t need other people in our life, that we can do it on our own. For those who have not already discovered (and many werewolves esp.) already have, becoming part of a group or pack is a life changing, altering, and enhancing feeling.