When we are born, our parents pass some genetic information down to us- our bodies; the structure of our hair, the shape, and colour of our eyes; strength, power, and muscles.
We look at others and want the bodies others have - to look a certain way, to want to feel a certain way. These questions of doubt surround us as we judge ourselves and others in different ways.
Yes, genetics plays a component in our development, but should we continue blaming them for our flaws or try to overcome these challenges?
Our bodies are beautiful and intricate in every way, from the way we talk to the way we walk and to the way we experience our emotions. The way to betterment is also by acknowledging and overcoming these negative emotions.
Our bodies are capable of so much, as the adage goes, we work hard, and we play hard. That is true of every single human being, including you and me.
Everyone has weaknesses, physical limitations, aesthetic limitations, and someone else will have more than us. In the face of this fact, should we give up? Not at all.
The path to victory is filled with challenges that bring slight wear and tear on us but remember that muscles undergrow growth when wear and tear are brought upon them. You are growing. So are others.
The body you cultivate is your hard work; no one else can do what you can do.