Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Ten Lessons From Two Thousand Ten


This is probably a bit late hence lame to be wrapping up the previous year. But then who really cares about following the norm anymore?

One. Be proud when God has thrown you difficulties because that means He knows you are strong enough to pull through. Two. No one has ever died for being kind and patient but many hearts have rotten due to hatred and envy. Three. Friends that you make in high school are the friend that you're going to keep forever. Four. Perfection is God's. All we can be is honest. Five. You don't need to please anyone but yourself and your loved ones. Six. Treat everyone with respect, kindness and sincerity even those who are rude to you. Not because they are nice, but because you are. Seven. Live day by day, with the drive to strive better even when every thing is hard on you. Eight. Heartbreaks and disappointments are more often than not, self-inflicted. Nine. Never take anyone or anything for granted. The moment you realized you need them, they might already be gone. Ten. Always believe in yourself. Never let people tell you what to think or how to be.

Now, be nice two thousand eleven!

“My life is like a stroll on the beach, as near to the edge as I can go.” -Thoreau

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