And the more open we are to life, the more we can learn from it. Beliefs are just like glasses: The world is like a mirror, and you see yourself reflected in it. You are unique, not perfect Everyone is uniquewithout exception.
The biggest thing you need to accept is change. To be human is to undergo constant metamorphosis. I feel a sense of melancholy wash over me every time I think about the people who were once constants in my life. We may not believe it right now, but change may make us better versions of ourselves.
I know that God put me and you here wherever you are in life for a reason. Trust in that reason. Learn how to forgive yourself.
You will hurt people you love and you will not like it. You will say stupid things and you will make reckless mistakes.
Whenever I disappoint someone else, I always take it seriously. However, none of us is perfect. Life is about making mistakes and still being brave enough to accept and learn from them.
Learn how to apologize. In fact, it will strengthen your spirit. I am sorry for not being there when you needed me. I am sorry for not trying harder. It will all get better in time. There will be days when you feel like your world is crashing down. Just give it time. What once was empty will be full again.
Time truly heals all wounds because everything obeys the command of time. Take as long as you want. Take refuge in art, music, and literature or whatever you relate to the most. I believe every moment in my life, whether good or bad, can be encapsulated and represented in either lyrics of songs or even quotes from my favorite pieces of literature.
When I have no one to turn to, I simply open my favorite book or plug in my speakers and sing to my favorite 90s songs. Let the words of the art change you, shape you, and inspire you. There are some moments and experiences in life that we must learn to slowly loosen our grasp over.
Things like this take time to heal. It probably taught you a thing or two. Learn how to appreciate nature. I know we live in a world where we depend on technology so much. Have you ever tried taking a walk late in the afternoon and looking at the sky?You don’t have to sit down your children, grandchildren, or younger neighbors with a powerpoint about your life, but be open to sharing your own experiences- you might be surprised with how much your listeners appreciate learning more about you, about the world, and about themselves.
What Life has taught Me His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Mahaswamigal Sri Sankaracharya of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham Bhavan’s Journal was privileged to publish the Paramacharya’s article entitled ‘What Life Has Taught Me’ some years ago.
Dance has taught me what it truly means to love what you do. Having a passion for something gives you the motivation to keep at it and push on even when things get tough. Dance has never been just a sport for me (yes, it is a sport).
My grandmas have taught me that candy at the bottom of the purse is a real thing, and it does fix everything. 9. A first kiss has taught me just how important it is a to not waist that moment. 17 Beautiful Lessons Life Has Taught Me Through The Years is cataloged in 20 Somethings, Beauty, Health & Wellness, Heart, Heart Catalog, Inspiration, Inspirational, Self-Improvement, spirituality, Writing & Expression.
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