It’s best to learn quickly and move on.
Even then it doesn’t go away. We just don’t notice it as much (or not at all) because we’re better prepared to face it.
Sometimes in life we are taught what we need to know but it doesn’t always change how we think things should be.
You have control over that, no one will do more than what you will let them.
Lessons keep knocking on one’s door until one, either listens to that knock, or the knocking becomes so subtle and gently slides away into a vacuum. ~ Ana Tendeiro
Most people discover what’s most important in life until they are too old to do anything about it. They spend many of their best years pursuing things that matter little in the end. While society invites us to fill our lives with material objects, the best part of us knows that the more basic pleasures are the ones that enrich and sustain us. No matter how easy or hard our current conditions, we all have a wealth of simple blessings around us – waiting to be counted. As we do, our happiness grows. Our gratitude expands. And each day becomes a breathtaking gift.
Life’s simplest pleasures are life’s greatest joys.
Making a difference is more important than making money.
Lasting happiness comes from the size of our impact, not the extend of our income.
Real fulfilment is a product of the value we create and the contribution we make.
Self-worth is more important than net worth.
I am not going to live the same day over and over again, and call it a life.