When you get hit hard, hit back harder! Accept bad experiences as part of life learning. People tend to look for happiness, but happiness is easy to find in food, driving, playing games, talking and others.
Live day by day, step by step, take it slow, no need to rush because winning is not always sided with the fastest, but to people who enjoy the process. Take life as a basketball game, you can score few or many depends on your skill,but sometimes you can’t score because your opponents have better skills than you, but that’s all right, it only means that you need to improve day by day.
A lot of names came up about people who doesn’t give up until the end, from a religious one to a nobody, someone like Dashrath Manjhi. When his wife got sick and need a doctor, Manjhi went to a doctor in another city. To go there, he has to go miles to reach the doctor’s location, even though the city is right behind his house separated by a huge mountain.
It took him days before he could come back to his house with a doctor. By the time, he got back, his wife died already. He mourned for days, then get up and took his tools and started to make a direct path between his village and the city behind the mountain.
Literally, he has to dig through the mountain and his effort will be nothing if he gave up, because everyone didn’t believe that what he did is logical. No one actually belittle him because he had just lost his wife, but no one brave enough asked him to stop his effort.
He finished the work after 22 years works, and now people enjoy his works. Don’t ask where is the governments for these 22 years? or Why people around him not helping him? There are people who mock him after a few years work, but there’s also people who help him with tools and foods these 22 years.
Manjhi can’t mourn for the loss of his wife for 22 years, but what he did is he hit back harder than what life throws at him. We should ask ourselves these days, what can you do to make your life meaningful for the future 22 years later?
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