January 1, 2019

Life Guide For The Next 365 days of 2019

I wasn't able to create a year end post this year since I got so busy with the holiday festivities and I still have tons of backlogs and thousands of photos to sort. But on this first day of 2019, I'm sharing these thoughts to y'all which was also shared to me by one of my foodie friends. I just find it very enlightening and encouraging that I knew I had to share it.

This was also shared to him by his mentor and he found it valuable to share with us as well. It'll only take less than a minute to read but it's a good read so I hope you'll appreciate and enjoy it as much as I did.

Here are some advice (reminders) to guide you in the next 365 days of 2019 and even through the rest of your days.

1. Take risks in your life. If you win, you can lead; if you lose, you can guide.

2. People are not what they say but what they do; so judge them not from their words but from their actions.

3. When someone hurts you, don’t feel bad because it’s a law of nature that the tree that bears the sweetest fruits gets maximum number of stones.

4. Take whatever you can from your life because when life starts taking from you, it takes even your last breath.

5. In this world, people will always throw stones on the path of your success. It depends on what you make from them — a wall or a bridge.

6. Challenges make life interesting; overcoming them makes life meaningful.

7. There is no joy in victory without running the risk of defeat.

8. A path without obstacles leads nowhere.

9. Past is a nice place to visit but certainly not a good place to stay.

10. You can’t have a better tomorrow if you are thinking about yesterday all the time.

11. If what you did yesterday still looks big to you, then you haven’t done much today.

12. If you don’t build your dreams, someone else will hire you to build theirs.

13. If you don’t climb the mountain; you can’t view the plain.

14. Don’t leave it idle — use your brain.

15. You are not paid for having a brain; you are only rewarded for using it intelligently.

16. It is not what you don’t have that limits you; it is what you have but don’t know how to use.

17. What you fail to learn might teach you a lesson.

18. The difference between a corrupt person and an honest person is: The corrupt person has a price while the honest person has a value.

19. If you succeed in cheating someone, don’t think that the person is a fool. Realize that the person trusted you much more than you deserved.

20. Honesty is an expensive gift; don’t expect it from cheap people.


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