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The Irony Of Life, What The World Has Taught Me

Getting work out about the world and how everything in it is never constant, today we feel happy and tomorrow it might be a sad experience. We wake up today to bright sun shine and tomorrow we wake up to heavy rain with high rate of cold, the world doesn’t open up on what it […]

Getting work out about the world and how everything in it is never constant, today we feel happy and tomorrow it might be a sad experience.

We wake up today to bright sun shine and tomorrow we wake up to heavy rain with high rate of cold, the world doesn’t open up on what it will throw at us we all live every seconds of our life without knowing what will happen in the next seconds and we still feel alright at least we get enjoy the misery of the world, sometimes life throws us some kind of experiences that we start to ask our self never have I ever questions, how its like this, what is the next life has for us and so many other questions which we all know deeply that it is only life its and time that can ever answer the questions we seek answers for.

As I grow up every passing year I began to understand more about this world and the people in it and these are the few things life have taught me.

Change is constant: As I grow older I began to understand more about the change of the world and the people in it, I learn not to blame people for their actions towards me as I began to understand that the change in them might have prompt some certain actions in them. I stop expecting more from people instead I focus more on helping myself. Life have taught me that no one can be your strength if you fail to be your personal strength. The smile and happiness you expect from people won’t come to you if you don’t learn to be your happiness.

Love yourself before you expect love from others: The world has taught me on how to give happiness to myself before expecting happiness from others. I have learned to understand that I should be the light in every room instead of expecting people to brighten the room, I should be the pillar of a house instead of trying to lean on someone else.

God is the author of our faith: The world has also taught me that it is only God that can decide our faith and what the world has in store for us. Nothing last forever and everything that is meant for us will come at the right time. I learn to worry less about the things of the world because new things get old.

Challenges is what you need to grow more: I also learn that in this world if you want to be successful you must learn to face challenges, if you run away from challenges everything can’t work together for good, instead face your battles and after wining you will find yourself in a greater height and of course you will also learn a new lesson.

The road to success is very narrow: I learn to know that every successful people in the world have fought their own battles. Before you start pursuing success you need to understand that the road to a greater success is very narrow and you need to fight your way to attaining it. 

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