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I gave time to myself, to say the right things, in a right way, and of course not to hurt her. And then, I answered:
Try to find your calling. Everyone have special talents that are just waiting to be engaged in a worthy pursuit. Bring more of yourself. Focus on the things you do best. Look out for your passion, search for the things that makes you happy, that you love to do. Be the person you want to. Don’t take studies as a burden, start developing love for it. The purpose of studying is not to make money, but to make meaning. And don’t make lame excuses that you don’t understand a single thing in class, the excuses we make destroy the results we deserve. Concentrate on the value of education; look for higher meaning in it. Don’t spend time concentrating on your weakness insist concentrate on your strengths. Stop complaining and start living.
“I had no shoes and complained, until I met a man who had no feet”, sometime we are too blind to see the things which we have in our life because we are busy focusing what we do not have. Just close your eyes and count your blessings..no matter how small they may be..feel grateful for your wonderful relationship with your parents..Your sister..Your friends. You should be grateful for the things you enjoy doing with them, or you can recall a time when the person was there for you, cared for or supported you. Isn’t you are lucky that you have a lot of people around you ?
Think about your legs and feet..they help you in balancing, standing, exercising, sitting down, and the ability to walk gives you the freedom to enjoy. Think about your arms and hands and how many things you pick up and hold in one day. They are the major tools of life and they are in nonstop use all day. Think about your amazing senses, the ability to smell to experience the beautiful fragrances of life..your sense of taste which gives you so much pleasure as you eat and drink..your sense of touch..think about the miracles of your eyes and ears. Think about the trillions of cells working unceasingly 24X7, for your body, health and life. The gift of health is keeping you alive and you should be grateful to it.
‘Better, better than before’, she said.
There is not only suffering in life, but joy also exists. You have to search for it. You have to understand both pain and happiness. They are the sides of same coin. Both are part and parcel of life. If life gives you death, if offers miracle also. If there is illness, there is also the benediction of health. If there is sorrow of separation there is also the ecstasy of union. Every failure brings with it the seed of an equivalent success.
When you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die the world cries while you rejoices. The tragedy of life is not death but what we let die inside us while we live. There is difference between simply existing and truly living.
Smile, laugh, and be happy because you are lucky and fortunate. You have food to eat, you live in a house, not on road, you have receive an education over many years, you have clothes, you go to movies, you go to the doctor and take medicine when you are not well, you have essential items like light, electricity, water. All these things cost money, and you receives them all-at no charges. You should be thankful to all the money you have been given throughout your life.
There is so much to be grateful for. Why must you only bemoan what you don’t have?
Don’t lose sight of the human gifts that lie within you. There is abundance of potential and ability just waiting to be awakened within you. Take time to reflect on your core abilities-those special qualities that will make you unique and then spent the rest of your life refining and expanding. Take the time to discover what your personal gifts are and then honed them to the level where you are considered brilliant.
Believe in yourself; keep faith in yourself because it is the basis of all miracles and all mysteries. If you think you are outclassed, you are, you’ve got to think high to rise, and you’ve got to be sure of yourself before you can ever win a prize. This is what I have to say.
(Part-3 has been written with the help of books written by Robin Sharma, Rhonda Byrne and Napolean Hill)