I know my shortcomings but I always strive to be better for myself..
I follow my guts and know my intuition.
I listen to myself.
And Only I know what I am going through and Only I know what is best for me…
The biggest obstacle to happiness is to expect too much happiness.
Happiness in real sense is satisfaction .
Be happy with what you have because what others have is not a measure of your own happiness.Happiness is different for different people.
If you use that energy for self confidence-you will be amazed at the results.
All we have to fear is fear itself.
Fear has a long shadow,but he himself is small.
Fear is pain arising from anticipation of ever.
Whatever we do,it returns back in some form or the other..
Give the best to nature and everyone around and this is the most satisfying act which anyone can ever do.
Man is made by his belief. As he believes,so he is.
No men is a success unless he loves his work.
Doing what I Love makes me a more active participant in the whole process and consequently my best comes out. If I hate something and still doing it,then it feels like a load(which I wanna unload and I unload!).
Do the best and set the bars high.
Life has no limitations except the ones you make..
Either push your limits or suffocate in your comfort zone.
Hope for the best
Prepare for the worst
Life sometimes takes an unexpected turn and many people lose hope of ever getting back to normalcy ….
But have faith in yourself.
Have a never-to-die spirit and unshakeable perseverance .
Trust the process.
This too shall pass….
In death there is peace. “Only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” -Franklin D. RooseveltDaily Motivation
Don’t let fears stop you from chasing your dreams and living life to the fullest.
Suggested reading: “DEEP WATER” by William Douglas.
Life without risk is a life without growth.
“The biggest risk is not taking any risk… In a world that’s changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.”Mark Zuckerberg
“A ship in harbor is safe, but what is not what ships are built for.”John A.Shedd