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LIVING WITH CHALLENGES – STRIVING FOR SUCCESS

LIVING WITH CHALLENGES – STRIVING FOR SUCCESS

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LIVING WITH CHALLENGES – STRIVING FOR SUCCESS
LIVING WITH CHALLENGES – STRIVING FOR SUCCESS

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 Everyone starts the life with many ambitions, I had one ambition to strive to make myown world, and less cared for others what they say about me, I always remained individual tomyself. When the matters are beyond my imagination or control I just visited a Temple with a belief there is one who knows what I really need, as many times we do not know to decide what we reallywant. Things are not favourable to me on many occasions or my advantage, I never know what itmeans to me, even failing in the examinations, but if I analyse everything happens as defined byour destiny, as many things happens to everyone in the world as we read great biographies on life.As a student I used to watch many of my friends struggling for minimal needs, I happened to begifted with many things than others; many talented students with great heights of merits, remainedlow in the world could not progress in achieving what they really deserved. I remained a greatspectator to life which is best to do when you have no control on many around you, if I recall bestpractices is to be Impeccable with Your Word. Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoidspeaking against you or gossiping about others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truthand love. I never made assumptions. I always had the courage to ask questions and to express what Ireally wanted. Communicated with others as clearly as I can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness,and human conflicts. - Always did my Best, as doing best is going to change from moment tomoment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance,
simply do your best and you’ll avoid self 
-judgment, self-abuse, and regret? I tried to cultivate a richinternal life, and at times I can get lost in the web of my own thoughts. This isn
’t a bad thing
necessarily. The
rich internal life is the source of my imagination. It’s helped me succeed as a writer.
If I recall very few years of my life advantageous to me, go with the flow. Nothing exists outside the
present moment: Don’t dwell on the past or worry about the future. Improve the quality of t
he hereand now .I truly believe, we alone make our destiny ultimately no one for me or you, Create yourown certainty. Do
n’t allow your well
-being to be dependent on the choices of others. Be proactive,listen to a great word or read great classics as they teach you their experience
I’m instantly
reminded of Harry Browne and of Ayn Rand. Both advocate living in such a way that your health and
happiness aren’t dependent on the actions of others. Obviously, you can’t be completely
disconnected, but to the degree that you can act independently, you have greater control over yourfuture happiness.
Today’s generation of students a
re wasting the time in many ways, learn to stopprocrastinating
 –
I can already hear the ironic jokes about how people will deal with procrastinationlater, they mean tomorrow or may be next week . Anyway, a daily action: set a Most Important Taskeach morning, If we see the society, many doctors and nurses are respected for sincerity andcommitment and not just for qualifications and knowledge, just learn to respect your Time If we lookat society we find many poor are still happy in spite of lacking basic living, and many rich never findthem happy with everything under their will, just read
Aristotle. In fact, I very much like Aristotle’s
conception of happiness, which he called eudemonia. To him,
happiness wasn’t just about hedonistic
pleasure. It was also about pursuing excellence and living in a way that is congruent with personal
beliefs which too means we need not give up our belief even our religious preaching’s.
Choosehappiness. Do work and play that brings fulfilment. Spend time with people that build you up, notthose who bring you down. Strip from your life the things that take time, money, and energy, butwhich do not bring you joy.
I’ve changed much in the past twenty or thirty years. I’m certain I’ll

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