We are all human beings. We are not perfect; we tend to make decisions that might have resulted to something we did not tend to happen. Each and every one of us has already experienced the same. Each one of us already know how hard it is to live a life with regrets and sorrow telling ourselves that we shouldn’t have done it.
Some are born great, some have greatness upon them already, but you know what all of them have in common? They don’t let their mistakes be the reason for their downfall. They see their mistake as an opportunity to change what they failed to change before, to see what they did not saw and to feel what they didn’t felt.
“Change is not really hard”, that is what they have realized after every mistake that they encounter. Change is indeed something that everyone should develop within.
People might start asking: if some were born great, while some have already have that greatness within them, then how about the others? The normal people? You know what the answer is? NONE.
Because those two that I have mentioned are the only people living in this world. We are ALL great; we all have greatness within us. It is just a matter of time, and most importantly, a matter of hard work. It is the root of all the greatness ever made.
“Mistakes are inevitable. Never be afraid to make mistakes because it is who you are and what you are not.”
Most people try to be perfect because they believe that being perfect to the eyes of others would win them friends or fame, but actually, they deprive themselves to be worthy of everyone’s trust.
“Soon enough you’ll find yourself left out and all alone only because ‘you wanted to be perfect for them’. Well, it’s a lesson that pretending won’t get you anywhere.”
As a New Year start, let us all change: a change that would encourage, inspire and motivate us to be the best that we’ve always wanted to be. 2013 is a good way to start something new. It is a good year to start all over again and be yourself.
“Be who you are and say what you feel: because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” – Dr. Seuss.