Many times we need people to refer to. Be it in any aspects at all. Or people even come to us because they claim they wanna help you. They believe they have what it takes to help you and they believe they can help you.
Without you knowing, the next thing you do is sit down listening to them, wowed by their achievements, nodding head with their suggestions.
How many of us really fell for these kind of things? How many of us go and listen to such talks, got our eyes and minds opened but by the time we walked out of the room, the transformation didn't even last?
How many of us go and listen to such talks, got our eyes and minds opened but by the time we walked out of the room, we still don't know what we want, what are we living for, what are we fighting for, what are we dying for?
Everything needs to start small. And each kick-start needs a plan. That small step needs maintenance to keep things up.
Let me tell you what. No matter how good the speakers are, how beneficial the advice may seem, remember to filter them. Don't just digest it straight away.
Talking bout insight, the most successful people is the ones who know what they want in life, and what they want in afterlife.
The greatest people are the ones who can stay balanced in all aspects in life. Not having mind and soul only concentrated in one area and literally ignore everything else that's happening around them.
The world isn't an ideal place to live in. It's a scary place to live in. People cheat, backstab, betray, overtake others, selfish. Everyone have their own personal interest. And remember, even if this is the so-called pattern how the world works, it doesn't mean you have to follow them.
Fight for what you believe worth fighting for
Live for what you believe worth living for
Stand for what you believe worth standing for.
Insight is important. Know yourself; know your purpose of life. And may I repeat. No matter how good the speakers are, how beneficial the advice may seem, remember to filter them. Don't just digest it straight away.
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