10 Harsh Truths Of Life You Realize When You Grow Up
Harsh truth are those whom we never imagined or accept easily. But we have to face them once or twice in our life. Truth of life is hidden in every stage specially when you grown up, it will flabbergast you.
Experience is the key to everything. The most experienced people can tell you that life is not always rosy. It is about hardships, going out of your comfort zone, and falling down so hard, that there is no way to go but up.
Here are a few harsh truths of life you realize as you grow up:
Failure should be your teacher, not your attacker. Failure is a lesson, not a loss. It is a temporary, necessary detour, not a dead end.
And you should have guts to face "no" to some things. Don’t make a dictionary which have words of your choice.
Another harsh truth you need to accept is that no one – not even your family members or closest friends – will care about you as much as you do. We are all born into this world to find our purpose and fulfill our own aspirations. Everyone is too busy looking out for themselves to care about your name brand clothes and expensive car that you almost spent your entire life savings on.
Because there is lots of competition in this life for a single things. Harder you work, easier it will become for you.
Pay the price. Do the work, and enjoy the rewards. It is far better to be exhausted from meaningful work than to be tired of doing nothing. Put in the effort and live the life you have imagined.
The people you promised you’ll be friends forever with might not be there anymore when you start a family. Your parents will not be around forever. Often, we take things for granted because we think they’ll always be around. We put off time spent with them because we think there will always be tomorrow to make up for it. But what if there isn’t? There will come a time when you can no longer pick up the phone or knock on your parents’ door to ask for advice and opinions such as what art piece would look best on your living room. They won’t be there forever to listen to your problems at work.
Unlike what others say, life is indeed fair. It just takes a while to understand that.
Between what happened and what will happen is your choice. You are not a product of your circumstances; you are a product of your decisions. It is about not letting your fear decide your future.
But it will make you the right friends and contacts.
Yes, life changes, but so can you. If you are being pulled in every direction by forces beyond your control, take time to breathe and realign yourself with what you value most in life. Have the courage to make a necessary change when you must, the strength to see it through, and faith that everything will turn out the way it is supposed to be.
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