It’s Your Life

Life is valuable. It is critical that we use every last bit of it. Despite the ups and downs, we must never lose control of our lives. It is critical that we pursue our dreams and passions. It is critical to experiment and be open to new experiences in order to correctly figure out our passions and weave our dreams. There will be difficulties along the way, but we must remember that we must achieve our goals. This will lead to a more fulfilling life and ensure that we are living a fruitful life.

There will be various people who will have an impact on us. But we must not allow this influence to be translated into power over our lives. You may believe that the individual is a well-wisher. as a gms. But losing control of your life forces you to do things the way someone else would. You lose your individuality as well as your ability to fend for yourself. When you are alone, you become dependent and feel lost. As a result, it is critical to draw inspiration from others while remaining in complete control of our own selves.

The pen to write your life’s story is in your hand, and you can direct it independently. You may make mistakes, but because you did them on your own, you will not feel guilty about not relying on yourself. You will learn from it, move on, and pursue success as a self-sufficient individual.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Lori says:

    “losing control of your life forces you to do things the way someone else would. You lose your individuality as well as your ability to fend for yourself.”

    Totally agree. I’ve never been able to behave or do what the crowd does, not even in my teens under peer pressure. I’ve also rarely fit in anywhere, which sometimes made me sad.

    Perhaps some people who allow themselves to be influenced into giving others power over their lives, don’t really know who they are as an individual. And other times, people allow their emotions to control their lives, which can be destructive. I’m posting about this topic next week.

    Thanks for the insights, GS.

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    1. GS says:

      Thanks very much for elaborating on it Lori. Much appreciated

      Liked by 1 person

  2. sicetnon3 says:

    From my perspective it’s not your life. It may be our life.

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    1. GS says:

      Not sure I understand. Please care to elaborate

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      1. sicetnon3 says:

        Words may not be an adequate vehicle to convey the experience (sorry poets!)

        Liked by 1 person

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