100% Responsibility of Your Life

You know where we make our biggest mistake that obstructs our success? Thinking that someone else will take care of your life.

Ah yeah, sorry to break it to you, but that’s the truth. Now some of you might be coming up with that there’s God who always cares for us. He sure does that’s why he gave you brains to use that for yourself, so that you’re not dependent on anyone.

Trust me, the day you realize that the responsibility of your life is 100% yours, that’s when you actually start to get control of it.

No one’s doing anything to you, you can’t blame anyone for making your life the way it is other than yourself.

People who say “That’s destiny”, “That’s bad luck”, “It happens and no one can do anything about it”, “They ruined my life”, “I’m helpless” are all those who never learned to realize their responsibilities. Such people find ways to give an excuse with such phrases.

Sometimes listening to those, useful people too start believing those lies.

So this is for you people who are chasing success; Realize your responsibilities before it’s too late.

People come and go, no one actually stays forever, no one, that’s just how it is, you can’t rely on anyone other than yourself.

You’re in control no one can make you do anything unless you want to do that, no one can make you happy or sad unless you want to, no one can bring you success unless you realize your responsibilities.

There’s this saying that “What the world throws at you is not under you control but what you make out of it 100% under your control!”

Thank you for reading!

Irene

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Be an Egg or a Potato

There’s this quote kinda thing I’d like to share with you guys… I dont know if you already know it or not but it goes like this…

The same boiling water that softens the potato and hardens the egg.

It’s about what you’re made of, not the circumstances

~Unknown

I really liked this one and felt like sharing it cause it sure is something we can remind ourselves in hard times.

What does this quote actually mean?

Again, it depends on the perspective.

We can see it in two ways.

First Possibility:

If the situation is bad then you can either let it break you down (like a potato), or use the pressure to turn you harder (like an egg) for future hardships.

Second Possibility:

It could mean the reverse. No matter how harsh the situations are, you can either let the bad conditions to turn you harsh and lose your real self. Or you can learn from it to become softer and more understanding towards others by helping to overcome the hardships.

Well that leaves us with two ideas.

I don’t know it’s actual meaning but this is my understanding and I’m going with both as both are great ways to think about it.

What do you think about this one?

I’d love to hear if you have other perspectives, ideas or thoughts about it!

Thanks for reading!

Irene