Life is not a smooth road, it’s filled with ups and downs. Even the most successful person struggles day-in and day-out. May’be you’ve have failed many times. Or, you could be facing serious financial crises. Or it could be sorrow of loosing someone during COVID time.
If you want to live a life you can be proud of, then you have to finds ways to overcome these lows and rise above your challenges. Below, we will discuss FIVE life Truths that you should know and these truths can set you on the path of happiness and a fulfilling life.
1. Our Happiness Depends On Our Perception
There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.William Shakespeare
Have you ever felt like your circumstances were trying to break you ?
Just when you’ve improved your finances your car breaks down. You wake up on the wrong side of the bed, come to work to a nagging boss and while going home you met with an accident. At this situation many of us can think that nature is breaking us down.
But once you realise that every experience in life is there to help us become bigger and better than yesterday, the ‘Bad’ things will never make you worse.
2. Things Will Never Be the Way They Should Be
Be the change, you want to see in the worldMahatma Gandhi
A perfect world doesn’t exist- The one without inequality, injustice, unfairness, superficial people, hate, greed, envy, lust, the list goes on….
Generally there are two things in the world: things that are in your control, and things that aren’t in your control. And we usually worry about the latter. But the truth is, worrying never changed anything, never stopped anything, and never made anything better.
3. You’re never Truly Alone
You are blessed, You are great. You are not alone. You are powerfulAmit Ray
When you feel down, always remember that you’re never truly Alone. Sometimes it feels like it; that you are alone and no one cares about you. Rise above it and you’ll find that there are many people who always struggling with something at any given point.
You just need to open up and talk about your problems. You’ll be surprised how many people are willing to come to your rescue. You’ll learn that those people who afford to put a smile on their faces aren’t necessarily having the best day. They are just better at managing their problems.
4. Everything is Your Fault
When you blame yourself, you learn from it. If you blame someone else, you don’t learn nothing, cause hey, it’s not your fault, it’s his fault, over thereJoe Strummer
I know what you are thinking
You were born poor, your parents didn’t treat you well, you have a disability, you have a funny accent, you live in the wrong city, you’re sick, your boss hates you, you have no money, you’re disabled veteran, you’re black, you’re women, your are gay or you’re trans.
Thinking that it’s your fault will make the things worse, as you start loosing control over the things you are already in control of. Ask yourself: what can I do? If there is something you can do about it, don’t hesitate and act. If there’s nothing you can do, you might as well come at peace with it and accept it.
5. You’ll Never Find the Perfect Time to Start
Never pass up the chance to say ‘ I LOVE YOU ‘ because tomorrow is never promised.Unknown
Every person has some desire and a time frame but its not compulsary to fall in the time frame. I knew I want to be a writer when I was 17 years old. I didn’t start untill I was 23.
Cherish the time you have while you still can and fill it with every wonderful thing you heart desires. After all, isn’t that what lifes about in the end?
So what do you want to discover today?
Happy Reading 😊
Yatindra Pandey is the Founder of Motivational Dreams and studying self-development, personal finance and investment for last 3 years. Yatindra’s mission is simply, to inspire others to live their dreams and be the person to whom they say, ” Because of you, I never gave up. “