LIFE LESSONS I’VE LEARNED SO FAR

Here is a list of 26 life lessons I have learned so far. I pass this list on to you with the simple hope that, it makes you think. Sometimes thinking about your life and sorting out what you have learned is just as important as tackling a new venture.

1.Being an adult can be fun when you know you are acting like a child.

2.Love ❤ has nothing to do with looks, but everything to do with time, trust, and interest.

3.Laughing, crying, joy, and anger… All are vital… This makes us all humans

4.The greatest truth is life are uncovered with simple, steady awareness.

5.Greed will bury even the lucky eventually.

6.Bad things do happen to the good people.

7.Paving your own road is intelligent only if nobody has gone exactly where you are going.

8.Uncertainty is caused by lack of knowledge. Hesitation is the product of fear 😱.

9.Time heals all wounds…regardless of how you feel right now.

10.Most of the time what you are looking for is right in front of you… Face your fears.

11.Your health is your life.

12.Chance is a gift 🎁, so act on chance when given an opportunity.

13.Kindness and hard work will take you further than intelligence.

14.People deserve a second chance, but not a third.

15.Marry your best friend.

16.Take lots of pictures. Someday you’ll be really glad you did.

17.Money makes life easier only when the money is yours free and clear.

18.Carelessness is the root of failure.

19.Your actions now create memories you will reminisce and talk about in your Elder years.

20.Stepping out in your comfort zone will put things into perspective from an angle you can’t grasp now.

21.Motivation comes in short burst. Act while it’s hot.

22.Purposely ignoring the obvious is like walking 🚶 backwards toward the enemy.

23.Taking ownership of failure builds the foundation for success.

24.First impressions are completely worthless 50% of the time.

25.Personal glory last forever.

26.If you never act, you will never know for sure!

 

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INNOCENCE IN CHILDHOOD

Innocence is basically a word that you can only apply to children and young teenagers who don’t have a clue about the world. They believe that everything will turn out right no matter what you do and no matter what happens to them, they are happy. If a parent dies, they are sad for a while, but then they believe that the person that is gone watches over them and is happy all of the time, so the child slowly heals and thinks that the world is a bunch of roses again.

As a child, you often think that the biggest problem in the world is that you’ve lost your lunch money and you have to go to the office and borrow some money, before getting your mother to pay it back. That is how innocent a child is in our society. They never really pick up on the big things in life, like how they have to get good grades in school or what they are going to be when they grow up to be adults. Life as a child is easy because they just ignore the fact that there are bad things in life. They always think that life is good and that it will get better as you grow older.

Children are so innocent that they always say “when I grow up I want to be a doctor.” Or “when I grow up I want to marry a millionaire and then I won’t have to work.” What they don’t realise is that they have to work very hard to be a doctor and that it isn’t that easy to find a millionaire who wants to marry you. They are too innocent to realise that they might not get their dream job because they didn’t study enough and so they couldn’t get into the course, they just think that they’ll automatically get changed into a doctor over night when they leave school. That is how innocent a child is, they never think that there is hard work in life.

Innocence means that they don’t really know what is going on in the real world. That basically applies to children, but it could apply to young teenagers like me who live in the middle of nowhere. Children react to what they see, and if they don’t see anything bad happen to them, they think that there is absolutely nothing worse in the world than falling over in the playground and scraping their knee. That is basically one of the worst things in the world for a small child. It doesn’t mean that they are totally oblivious to the outside world, but it means that they are not as aware of the world as adults are.

Being aware of the world can mean lots of different things. Children quite often understand things that adults will have forgotten how to understand. For example, children know straight away when a friend of there is upset, but a lot of the time, adults can’t even figure out if they are upset themselves. So it really depends on the way that you mean to say the word ‘innocence’ because children are not altogether innocence inside and outside, but they do have innocence because they basically have no worries. They might worry about getting beaten up in the school playground, but they don’t normally worry about it too much.

The innocence of childhood can be easily taken away and it often is nowadays. Children that are abused or have really bad things happen to them at about the age of 6 and up often start to act differently and their innocence is stolen, making them act older and that steals away their childhood. After all, the biggest part of childhood is the child’s innocence. If it wasn’t for innocence, there wouldn’t be any children in the world. We would just have a whole lot of young adults and there wouldn’t be as much laughter as there is now with the children of this world.

Innocence is the most important part of childhood. We have to make sure that a child’s innocence is never taken away from them.

 

 

Don’t burn the bridge. You might need it someday!

With all the journeys life leads us on, we’re bound to circle back to roads once traveled, that we never thought we’d see again. When we find ourselves unexpectedly in a place on…

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Never burn the bridge, you might need it someday!

AboutWith all the journeys life leads us on, we’re bound to circle back to roads once traveled, that we never thought we’d see again. When we find ourselves unexpectedly in a place once so well known, but now almost completely forgotten, we’re going to need the bridges we left behind.
Our instinct will push us to burn those bridges as we flee. Leave no way for the enemy to follow. Buy us time to run to the freedom that at the moment, looks so tempting. FIGHT THAT FEELING!Don’t burn those bridges. They could end up being the only way back to a place we might one day miss so much that we’d do almost anything to see again.
“Life rarely makes sense, but it seldom appears logical when we’re running for our lives from a future we fear won’t fulfill us.”

Trust me when I tell you: NEVER LET THOSE BRIDGES BURN. While it’s always possible to rebuild anything we’ve destroyed, time is never on our side, and what’s new is never the same as what was. Run if you feel it’s the only option, but leave your bridges standing, you’ll need them again when you come to your senses.

 

 

 

 

Don’t burn the bridge. You might need it someday!

 

With all the journeys life leads us on, we’re bound to circle back to roads once traveled, that we never thought we’d see again. When we find ourselves unexpectedly in a place once so well known, but now almost completely forgotten, we’re going to need the bridges we left behind.
Our instinct will push us to burn those bridges as we flee. Leave no way for the enemy to follow. Buy us time to run to the freedom that at the moment, looks so tempting. FIGHT THAT FEELING!Don’t burn those bridges. They could end up being the only way back to a place we might one day miss so much that we’d do almost anything to see again.
“Life rarely makes sense, but it seldom appears logical when we’re running for our lives from a future we fear won’t fulfill us.”

Trust me when I tell you: While it’s always possible to rebuild anything we’ve destroyed, time is never on our side, and what’s new is never the same as what was. Run if you feel it’s the only option, but leave your bridges standing, you’ll need them again when you come to your senses. “The toughest beginning often leads us to a beautiful destination.” So don’t burn the bridge. You might need it someday!

 

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