Life is the Best Teacher

As a student of life, I have learnt many life lessons and am still learning. These lessons are usually life circumstances—either good or bad—and through these lessons I have gained various experiences. My knowledge is based on the facts and ideas that I have acquired through life experiences. But as a lover of wisdom, I usually utilize reasons to discern and judge which aspects of those knowledge are true, strong and important, and applicable to my life. In this article, I will mention few but great lessons that life has taught me through experiences, which you all might found useful in your endeavours as well.

Time is the overseer of all things, there is time for everything. Natural life is a series of events and it’s amazing how it evolves. Stop seeking for too much certainty in a world containing uncertainty. Natural life has stages, and every new stage requires a new version of us. Change is constant: natural life is not static; it keeps evolving progressively. Humans are little gods: we are created and endowed to create; we are creators. Persistence beats resistance: everything is achievable with appropriate willpower. Being optimistic is the best way to live life and having positive mindset is blissful. There is good in bad, failure is an opportunity for growth, and it is part of all success. Life doesn’t always give us all we want, but always provides everything we truly need.

By and large, our lives are not ours in any meaningful sense, as most of what we experience would have been programmed for us by biology and culture. Therefore, the only way we can take over the ownership of life is by learning to direct our psychic energy in line with our own intentions. And in doing that, we will achieve and experience a life of human flourishing.

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