25 April, 2016

10 Lessons learned in April

Guess who's back ? Let me start by writing I have missed you all. I know I promised to come back in my last post but, things changed :( My examination time-table to be precise. Blogging was the absolutely last thing I could think of at that moment. I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who sent me emails, snaps, twitter and instagram direct messages. That was very thoughtful of
you, and I really do appreciate it. Although, my exams are not over yet, I still have about three papers to write (3/14) Yes ! Cry with me. Forgive my manners please, Hello dear DW reader, how do you do? I hope your month was remarkable! Mine was startling! This month thought me a lot of lessons and I had to cut off quite a number of toxic friends. I have compiled TEN of these lessons, and listed them below:

1. Be Happy, not because everything is perfect, but because you choose to focus on the perfect moment.

2. People who are intimidated by you, talk bad about you with hopes that others won't find you so appealing.
3. Never Sacrifice your class to get even with someone who has none. Let them have the gutter, you take the high road.

4. Some people think that to be strong is never to feel pain. In reality, the strongest people are the ones who feel it, understand it, and accept it.
5. Sometimes the people around you won't understand your journey. They don't need to, it's not for them.  - Joubert Botha

6. Never regret a day in your life. Good days give happiness, bad days give experience, and best days give memories.
7. When you're a threat you're always the target.

8. There are some friends that secretly don't want you to do well so you can stay on the same level as them. Beware of them.
9. Never allow the taste of success fool you into thinking you have arrived.

10. Authenticity is your advantage.

There you have it, these are the Ten lessons that April taught me. What's yours ?

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