If you were asked to give only a single advice to a person, what would it be?
Why did you select that piece of advice for the person? Is it because that advice has influenced a lot in your own life?
My advice to the person would be to fight for his/her dream and achieve it, whatever it takes.
Life is a personal journey. The world may not owe you anything but you owe yourself the world. It's your life! Take the wheel!
Too often we forget our lives are the result of the "choices & decisions" (we) make. Whenever we choose to blame another person for our circumstances it makes us (powerless) because we can only control ourselves. To believe "others" are responsible for our lot in life is to say we are at (their) mercy!
Therefore our focus should always be on what it is (we) can do to have the things we want out of life. Last but not least as I once heard former NBA coach Phil Jackson say;
"Don't let success go to your head and don't let failure go to your heart."
No one gets everything they want but if you aim high enough, ask enough, and try hard enough in the end you will have lived the kind of life that most people will envy.
Don't take anybody or anything seriously. Laugh as much as possible. Enjoy your life. Laughter leads to enlightenment. Become enlightened.
Question everything you hear, and research evidence for yourself. Before you begin, commit yourself to finding the truth, inasmuch as that is possible. In many instances, the truth can be ascertained.
There are many traits that are important, but i believe honesty is at the top of the list.
Do not repeat what people tell you about others.Unless it is dangers, It is true what they are saying , and they have evidence about what they are saying. Do not let other people change your mind about others with their talk.
I would advise " to hope for the best, prepare for the worst, and happily accept what each day brings." I received similar advice in college and have found it to give me faith, humility, and thankfulness which have equipped me well in life through all circumstances.
My advice to any one of interest is to be positive, be yourself, and always put yourself on a pedestal
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