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How to Face this World ?

Updated on December 20, 2014

Today, we are in a typical and critical world, which greets everyday with different sorts of problem. So we have to be well equipped with all the strengths and stamina to face them and challenge them.

Don't face each and every day with fear and tension. If our approaches are on this way, then the problems will occupy us completely and it would be with us for the entire day.

On the other side, if we face every new day with a smile on our face, which shows the positive aspect on us, then the problems will start to fear on seeing us with such boldness.

It was the first step to face the world everyday. Even if we have the smile and the positive aspect in our face, things might not go on our way always. There might be failure on the work we do or some problems might arise on our works. In such cases, it is important to use our strengths to overcome the failures. We should not lose our confidence, faith and indeed our smile and the positive note that we had in the morning.

Take those problems as challenges in the day and find the ways to resolve the problems, remember, there is answer for every problems. In this world, there is no problems with no answer. So determine the answer and flew away the problems. While doing so, don't be in tensed conditions, which would not bring us the answer. Be cool and simple, so our mind works for what we need.

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    • abragam profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago from India


      Thank you, I chosed it randomly.

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      Catherine Giordano 

      4 years ago from Orlando Florida

      I love the picture you used.

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      Lynda Pringle 

      4 years ago from Austin, Texas

      Thanks for such a positive blog. I especially liked the part about facing failure. It is hard to face that especially when we think we have done our best at our endeavor. But failure, like success, is part of life and we must learn from it and accept it. There could be many reasons for failing at an endeavor despite good effort. I recently had a failure at a job despite working very hard and following all office protocols. I did not pass the qualifiers necessary to continue at the job. I allowed myself a couple of days to be depressed and then decided how I could learn from the experience. I realized that I had done the practice exercises too quickly without paying enough attention to their guideliness. I might have passed the qualifiers had I performed the exercises with more patience. I learned a lesson with this failure: diligence and patience are very important traits. A snafu in the computer system also would have enabled me to cheat and pass the qualifiers had I wanted. The idea was repugnant to me so I did not consider it. My failure also taught me that I was a good, moral person who is primarily motivated by doing right. In this case, my failure at this job taught me important lessons about myself so it was not all bad. I can now face my future with better optimism. Challenges are good for life! Again, thank you for the encouraging blog!


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