It’s always wiser to face one’s reality than live with a lie.
It’s okay to be affected by what others say to you. But when you get overpowered by what others say, you stop thinking for yourself.
Your thoughts don’t define you. Your actions do.
Every obstacle demands a new adaptation.
Darkness is not just absence of light.It’s also absence of hope.
It’s never a war of right and wrong.It’s always a war of ideals.
To attain your goal keep your fire burning.However small.However hidden.
There are two ways to make change possible – in both cases you need to become ‘big’ relative to the task.
Either you grow your knowledge and skill – become an expert at doing something.
Or you shrink the challenge – you divide your goal into smaller individual attainable actions.
Either way,you become more daunting than the task itself.Do not fear the task.Let the task dread you and follow your way instead.
Once you become capable or believe that you have become capable – your chances of succeeding increase significantly.
As we become an adult,logic becomes a norm and creativity something unique.As a child it is the other way round.To us some of their endeavour may seem fruitless,but what they do all the time is completely new to them,and that’s important.They don’t hesitate to try because they don’t understand the cost that risk bears.Who do you think is more vulnerable? Us or a baby? Of course,the latter.Our mental faculty helps us to assess and averse the risk but not take it head on because we are afraid of the consequences.We have more tools that a kid does to get ourselves back on the track,yet they are the ones taking more risks than us.We understand our risks and have a greater ability to deal with them yet we take a step back.It doesn’t seem that we just evolve from childhood to late adulthood but more like evolve-devolve,for both good and bad.
Impossible tasks get on our nerves because we can’t do them.But when we make them possible,they give meaning to our lives.