“Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.”-[psalm 133:1]
We live in a world operated by the principle “Each one for himself”, a world where there is no synergy and flow between family and friends, a world where we take pleasure in the downfall of others, a world where we only think we are succeeding when we see others falling and failing.
There is absolutely no true gain when we live our lives competing against each other and trying to outshine each other.There is no true profit in trying to blow out the candles of others thinking it will make yours shine better and brighter. We should learn to stand together, live together and be one another’s keeper!
#together is always better#
“A person can be talented, bright and educated, however, without strong willpower and self discipline, he/she will not accomplish much.”-(Unknown)
Burning desire is an attitude of the spirit that makes things look certain irrespective of how the current picture may look like.
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela is undoubtedly considered to be one of the greatest men of all times not only in Africa but the world as a whole. His Xhosa tribal name Rolihlahla means a twig that bends but does not break. He was simply an unbreakable man; a man willing to spend 27 years of his life in prison to free his people. That showed his willpower and burning desire to achieve something worthwhile.
Learning therefore to develop this attitude, one that ensures you continue to try again and again, continue to get up after any fall or failure, continue to stay focused and determined to see your dreams become reality is all that matters in the race of life!
#its always possible#
“I really think that a Champion is defined not by their wins but by how they can recover when they fall”-(Serena Williams)
Persuasion has always been the hallmark of Champions. Their ability to go in for the ultimate even when there are other alternatives, their willingness and readiness to endure, giving no room for compromise.
Giving up on the way is what has separated the champions from the rest. Everyone goes through certain moments where nothing seems to work in their favour. Even the best athletes have ‘bad days’ where nothing seems to work for them no matter their level of expertise in their respective fields. However, they do not let their bad days determine the direction of their careers as champions. They are always ready to rise up and move on; for he who is willing to achieve much must sacrifice greatly!
#it’s always possible#