“We have two lives, the second one begins when we realise we only have one.”
Most of us spend our lives looking for matters that concern us or could be of use to us. To bother for more than that never crosses our minds. Ever wonder why it is so? Maybe because each of us is so consumed by the daily struggles of our own lives that we cannot afford to care for something that brings a slight change from the ordinary.
We all are groomed in such a way to look for the most secure always, to perform as everybody else does and not cross the limit set by some ancient standards.
This mentality of doing the same thing as everyone else so that we may be accepted in society has made our lives hectic and dull. We force ourselves to imbibe qualities that we don’t even know are worth our time, and when we fail in doing so. The only person to be blamed is ourselves.
I can’t speak for anybody else for I am not aware of the problems in your life and neither can I suggest one optimum way for you to solve them. All I can say is that learning and experience go side by side. Only if you go ahead in life with mistakes can you actually learn something.
Don’t push yourself to work on something you have no interest in because it destroys you. Never be afraid of the fact that you are a slow learner and the person beside you will beat you if you don’t fasten your pace. Everyone is not made for the same reason.
There are many people to pull you down, so please don’t go so hard on yourselves. Instead, do yourselves a favour by being a person who loves you.