What's the best life lesson you've learnt? Watch
1) You're not as special as you think you are, and people don't really care about you as much as they appear to say
2) Never wait for someone to help you
3) Inequality does and will always exist, and you will not always be given a fair chance in a lot of things
4) You can learn a lot by helping others
My track record for getting through bad days has been 100%, and that's a great result
It's okay to not have your **** together every second of every day.
2) Stick up for what is right because silence condones inequality.
Especially when it comes to boyfriends.
I'd like to think I've learnt alot already, but it's only until you see your parents and they say that classic line..."you still have so much to learn"..
Until that moment though...
What is the best life lesson you have learnt?
But in all seriousness, most important lessons I've learnt (all within the last 6 months due to my gap year).
1) You are worthy of all the good that happens to you. You have every right to grab an opportunity. You also have every right to walk away from something or someone who no longer adds to your journey. Self love is not selfish.
2) Loving and respecting yourself is essential in achieving happiness and contentment. Falling in love with yourself, and respecting yourself is far more important and long lasting. Other people will come and go, you're stuck with yourself.
3) Live your life through the eyes of your 80 years old self. When you're 18 or so, and your parents call you to grab breakfast, you are going to want to say "im busy sleeping" but your 80 years old self will regret that. So live so fearlessly, bravely and happily, that your 80 yourself self will be proud.
4) It hurts to become.
That's it really. Off course I've learnt other lessons through people and experiences but those sum all of those up. How about yourself?