As we have previously discussed in Optimistic v Pessimistic, optimism can be learnt, taught and developed to become a meaningful partly of our lives. This article attempts to further expand on this article.
It all lies in our positive perception of our personality, the events occurring around us and life itself. So long as we believe in the goodness that we may have in life, we are bound to enjoy it the way everyone should.
Unfortunately, many of us cannot grasp optimism from a life that is muddled with miseries, morbidity, and struggles. Of course, life’s pleasure could not be appreciated if it didn’t have an equal opposite and optimism is Pessimism. It is true to say that Pain cannot be felt if all we know is joy. Tears would lose its worth if we always experience happiness. Confidence would not be recognized if we do not fall flat on our face sometimes.
Life is a gratifying privilege and we can make everything we want from it. We have to start early in building our foundations so that we wont have to loose precious moments that shall never pass by us again. A moment that’s gone is gone forever.
With optimism in our life we would be able to recognise the fullness of our potentials, recognise each moment that passes with a joyful experience. Everyone has this equal chance for recognition of Optimism yet many of us fall shy of such joy and generally surrender to pessimism even before the battle begun.
If you want to share the beauty the world can offer, you must be brave, you must make the promise to yourself to take control. It is not enough for our short lives to settle for second best. Nothing should stop you from living your life, not even the miserable demons of low self confidence, low self esteem or even depression.
Those who braved life are those who are confident enough of themselves. Sometimes, we just have to take risks so that we might discover what lies along our road. Taking risks though requires lots of faith in yourself. Without this, you would be like a warrior who has lost his armor.
From birth, we were equipped with all the skills that we will use in the later stages of our lives. One such skill is the ability to face challenges and to face them with faith, both in ourselves and for ourselves.
All of us have, by now, developed our sense of self worth. Through schooling, parents and peers as we have progressed. We are all equal in this journey, even if sometimes it feels like our fellow brothers and sisters are more blessed than us. This is not the case.
We normally have the common notion that life is unfair when in fact, it is not. Life is the most perfect playground where our five senses play out through our thoughts and actions. We all have our shares of blessing and our shares of challenges. Poor people have poor problems and rich people have rich problems. Females have female problems and male have male problems. It just lies in our perception of things and the manner by which we handle things. As the satin gun goes beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
The same thing goes with self confidence and self esteem.
Many of us think that the man or women we look up to shared much of life’s blessings because those rose to the top. We without question except hero’s and heroines as having such an easy life to tech there point in stardom. They can can face the public better and he is much eloquent and more confident than I am. These are just unfounded excuses we repeat in our minds. Remember that before he or she even got there, they had to face challenges, and strife, these have contributed to their self-esteem and self confidence. And all of us can be that hero or heroine if I’m my we learnt how to believe in ourselves.
We just have to find our own enlightenment our own path. We ha r to find what I like to call our TRUE PURPOSE. We have to be able to achieve the building of good foundations for our self esteem and self confidence. Changes must come from within before we can accept the assistance that comes from outside. Realization of how valuable you are and how beautifully you truly are, unique in your own individuality but equally connected to every human on the planet.
Make 2022 the year you build your self esteem, your confidence and find your true purpose. Build the skills necessary to become a success in whatever you choose to do. Become an inspiration for someone else.
This is the most wonderful venture you will take in life. And I salute and noble worrier ready to do just that.
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