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Life Is One Big Lesson, and It Is Up to Us to Learn From It

Hello myself Amna jabeen with seven years of experience in the freelancing industry. I am basically a content writer to writes true stories.


Life Is One Big Lesson, and It Is Up to Us to Learn From It

Neither your life nor mine is comparable to that of a famous person. I have to do it and I have to like it. But people trick us into thinking that there is such a thing as a perfect life. You have to be perfect in order to succeed in this life. If you don't push yourself to improve, people will label you as "not hard-working," "never-working," or "a lazy person."

People tend to think in absolutes, seeing the world as black and white. There are no in-between options available. Comparing life to an adult coloring book is a good analogy. These folks only accept their own, perfect, interpretation of events.

You must make room in your heart for painful experiences like abuse, manipulation, and bullying. When I go back to my time in elementary and secondary school, I cringe. Both bullying and manipulation occurred to me.

Point of view expressed in textual form:

Having your own mind, your own morals, and your own sense of style are all admirable qualities, but it is never okay to force them on other people.

A person's confession of character is implicit in their worldview, yet few appear to grasp this. Ralph Waldo Emerson

I've come to understand that many individuals simply don't care about the impact their words and deeds have on others' lives, let alone the pain they cause. There are those who actively harm others and those who don't. Those that hurt others on purpose should educate themselves on the effects of their actions.

People will always have something to say about you—about your decisions, your luck, and your life—but they will never say anything about themselves or what they're doing. Not wanting to take the blame, they place the blame on others.

People's opinions reveal who they really are. Whenever people reveal their genuine selves in relation to the issue, that is when they express that particular opinion. Examples include deciding whether or not to bring in a military group to battle in a country, whether or not to do groceries for a sick buddy, and whether or not to increase funding for the arts sector during a pandemic.

There is no clear-cut answer in life:

A life without color is incomplete. What I mean is that no matter where you are in life, you should strive to improve it.

Everything that happens to you, including your good fortune, your state of mind, and your physical health, is all your own doing. What sets you apart from everyone else is exactly that.

Every day, we are bombarded with messages about how we' should' conduct ourselves.

We'd like it if everyone could stop acting like children and start taking things seriously. President Obama

I think it's important to embrace one's inner child. You'll be able to revert to a childlike state of mind while yet retaining your adult mental faculties. Spending time with (your) kids, acting like a kid again (in the mud, on the see-saw, or, if you're like me, the swings)! You'll be able to resume using your mature brain shortly thereafter. You have a new perspective.

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The grace and beauty of your existence:

Children have a natural ability to live in the present and appreciate the experiences they have. As we grow up, we hear more from our parents about what's going on in the wider world and in their own families.

It's natural to feel more apprehensive about your actions as you get older, both the good and bad ones. These experiences end up being the worst of your life.

Fear causes us to dwell either on the past or on the uncertainties of the future. By admitting our apprehension, we can calm ourselves down and see that the situation is manageable at the moment. Today, right now, our bodies are marvels of engineering that have kept us alive. The magnificent sky is still visible to us. The sounds of our loved ones' voices are still audible to us. Sayings of Thich Nat Hanh.

Think of it this way: the more curious and open you are to new experiences and ideas, the more likely you are to discover that you enjoy doing things you previously would not have considered.

You are responsible for your own accomplishments:

In the summer of this year, I dropped a glass. When it happened, I was confused, but I knew I was crying, feeling sad, and maybe even angry with myself. The question remains: why did I drop the glass? Why did this occur, exactly? Of course these things can occur, you could reason, but I felt exhausted and frail as a towel the entire week.

I take full responsibility for these events. When I wasn't exhausted, what changed? Am I the only one that reacted this way? I wish I could say I would have reacted differently, but the fact is that I was too exhausted to do so. When I accidentally drop a glass, I am aware of my actions and can do better next time.

Your success or failure ultimately rests on your own shoulders. The sooner you come to terms with this fact, embrace it, and incorporate it into your work ethic, the sooner you will see results. If you don't take responsibility for your own failure and instead place the blame on others, you'll never achieve success. Cummings, Erin

Knowledge gained from experience:

Whatever happens to you, good or bad, shapes you into a more seasoned and knowledgeable person. The lessons you needed to learn, you learn. You can't put a price on these insights. Each experience, whether a stroll on the beach, a lesson in music, or a chat with the neighbor, teaches you something valuable.

Realizing how little one knows about life, oneself, and the world around them is the beginning of true wisdom. Said Socrates

As you go through life, you gain a deeper understanding of yourself.

What's more, the experiences you have with other people and the world around you, as well as the arts and civilizations that they represent, enrich your own life with the knowledge you gain. These insights are incorporated into your daily routine.

Only today counts:

It's acceptable and vital to consider the past if one wants to make progress in the present and future. In order to prepare for the future, you must study the past. Whatever it is you're doing right now is all that matters to you. That's the crux of the issue. Just take the present moment as it is.

The present moment is all that really matters, and it is in this moment that you may truly appreciate its splendor. You are responsible for creating the best possible version of your life, the one you truly want to lead.

© 2022 Amna Jabeen

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