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3 DAYS 3 QUOTES CHALLENGE #2 DAY 2

“Most precious treasure of this world is the pot of ideas in your mind”

As another weekend has arrived, I can sense the rejoicing souls around me. However, problem comes when Monday comes knocking on the doors. All of us have fear of various reasons and, our mind becomes a coolie carrying tonnes of baggage. Get rid of the fears, find your passion and, live each moment on your own terms.

If you like any part of this weekend philosophy, the credit goes to Raha§ya for, she nominated me for this quote challenge.

Rules of the Challenge :

  1. Post 3 quotes on 3 consecutive days
  2. Thank the person who nominated you
  3. Nominate 3 new bloggers each single day of the challenge

My nominees for the day are:

Niazmina

Brandon

Aakash

 

Congratulations to all of them.

3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge #2 DAY 1

“Emotional tolerance is the solution to 90 percent of our problems”

In recent times, I have failed to post regularly. Considering this, double nominations for this quote challenge has come as a welcome opportunity. Raha§ya has nominated me for the challenge recently and, I am more than happy to participate. Take a look at her blog, you will find amazing piece of work.

Rules of the Challenge :

  1. Post 3 quotes on 3 consecutive days
  2. Thank the person who nominated you
  3. Nominate 3 new bloggers each single day of the challenge

My nominees for the day are:

L. Roylat

Priyanka Moraes

Ajeya

Congratulations to the nominees.

3 DAYS 3 QUOTES CHALLENGE – DAY 1

When you are looking for success, use mind as a bait for the ideas

My good friend Erika has invited me to take part in another quote challenge. This works perfectly for me because, I am too lazy to write longer than quotations 😉

So, let us see what I can come up with.

Challenge rules:

  1. Post 3 quotes on 3 consecutive days
  2. Thank the person who nominated you
  3. Nominate 3 new bloggers each single day of the challenge

My nominees are:

White noise

Karuna

Somya

Looking forward to the responses.

The beginning

When the silent voices of your mind go unheard

Block the noises of this world, find your own music

Exactly an year back, this was my thought process. That was my first date with this blog, and our bond has grown stronger every moment since then. If life is a train, and some passengers keep getting down at every station, then this blog is the one which will travel with me forever. We cannot force someone to travel with us, but we can strengthen the bond with the ones who are willing to be a part of our long journey. For everyone else, just ‘hi’ and ‘bye’ are enough. Still, some goodbyes don’t get a chance to get heard. For those:

I wish you were an inanimate object, I would have kept you as a souvenir

P.S.: Every compliment I get, every improvement I make, belong to my readers.

The Futility of Theories

“Dude! You look like David Beckham”

And the dude in question soars to the skies. The dude may choose to hide his inner emotions, but he can’t deny the happiness within his mind and heart. Even if he hides his emotions, he is going to try and recreate the same magic, and work towards living the compliment. This is the beauty of appreciation. I am still learning the art of responding to compliments. There is nothing wrong with the comparison to Beckham, but I see perceive it in a different way. One question that comes to my mind is: ‘Whom did Beckam choose to imitate?’, and the spontaneous answer is ‘No-one’.  Amidst the glory of compliments, we forget the basics of stardom.

“True heroes never looked like anyone, but they created their own benchmarks”

Let us try to dig deeper into the stardom of guys like Beckham, or Christiano Ronaldo etc. What if Ronaldo was still in  Santo António, not known to the world as a champion footballer? There is no way he could have gained the limelight of this intensity. This brings us to the core of the issue, he made himself through his skills and hard work. He chose to focus on his work, became good at it, and that gave rise to his fame.

“Fame should never be the objective, it is just a byproduct of the rewards for hard work”

We are often told to follow a fixed path, and we forget our originality. What worked for someone, may not work for you. There is nothing wrong is using someone’s life as a template, but we should not try to imitate that step-by-step. The conditions which prevailed during his rise, the mentality and situation, cannot be recreated. It’s good to use these personalities as an inspiration, but do not try to follow their track. If someone gained millions from mutual funds, you cannot recreate the market situation to gain the same amount. The best way, is to find what works for you. Mark your strengths, guard your weaknesses.

“Don’t follow anyone, lay your own path and lead the way”

©4yearoldadult