Inspiration In Life
Every human being has come across few circumstances which either gave them inspiration in life or lesson for life.
In life, there are three things that play a major role in molding your graph.
- Empty Wallet
These are the factors that either sculpt your “Success Story for TEDx” or “Gossips For neighbor Aunties”.
It depends on you, that from those factors what you evolve yourself into.
What is Inspiration in Life?
Failure doesn’t mean that it is the end of your life, failure means it is the beginning of your life’s beautiful journey.
Failures will be forgotten when achievements replace them, & success makes a home in your life.
As we know, no one asks Mark Zuckerberg for his oxford degree or qualifications before collaborating with him. Hmm, that’s how it works, right?
It teaches us the greatest lesson in life and that should never be forgotten.
Empty Wallet could either be refilled by begging, borrowing, stealing or by working passionately to never let that pocket get empty again.
Steve Jobs as a young man regularly attended the Sunday Feast at an ISKCON temple. He famously recalled that specific time in his lifetime, soon after he dropped out of Reed College but continued to drop in on classes there while giving the commencement address at Stanford University in 2005. “It wasn’t all romantic,” he spoke students in the now-iconic speech, “I didn’t have a dormitory room, so I slept on the floor in friend’s rooms. I returned coke bottles for the 5 cent securities to buy food with. And I would walk the 7 miles across the city each Sunday night to have one good meal a week at the Hare Krishna temple. I loved it.” (1)
Every person, I mean each and every person, once in life got heartbroken, whether be it Love, Friends or Family, some or other person broke the heart unintentionally or intentionally.
Heartbreak could either make you “Devdas” (1917’s Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel Devdas.) or it can either push you to overcome each & every obstacle ahead of you to reach the heights in every aspect of your life, may it be a career, family, wealth, etc.
Abstract Expressionist painter Lee Krasner made a series of immense, dusky, turbulent compositions sometimes called her “Night Journeys.” She began on them several years after her husband died in a car crash, and the canvases expressed an intoxicating mix of heartbreak and liberation. The dark slashes of paintings like Charred Landscape (1960) seem to represent both deep melancholy and untethered exuberance.
In conclusion, Difficulties & Problems are mostly the same in everyone’s life, it depends on you how you solve & manage your issues.
Remember, it’s never the end of your life. Situations will definitely change and always wake up with high determination and daily work towards your goals.
Hi Folks, I am Adarsh Kudre, my profession is Content Writing. I like to explore the world and write fictional stories as well as Motivate People to achieve their goals in life.