Good things come to those who believe in it and wait for it. Life doesn’t hand you things easily, there comes a time in everyone’s life when we almost give up but when something is really worth it, waiting doesn’t seem to matter much. This MissionSelf post has tried to distill the things that are worth the wait.
“The best things in life are worth waiting for, fighting for, believing in, and never letting go of.”
Nothing that is good in life ever comes easily, but if you really want it slowly but surely, you’ll definitely get it! All you need to do is work towards it. That is never going to be easy, it’ll require a lot of work, faith, and patience―lots of it. Just like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, the best things in life come after a lot struggle, but the joy of getting what your heart truly desires definitely makes it worth the wait!
True Love is Worth Waiting For Even if it Takes a Lifetime.
True love comes almost only once in a lifetime, after innumerable heartbreaks and countless tears are shed. It takes a while to figure out who we are, a while to figure out what we want, and almost a lifetime to find it. But once found, it makes every tear shed in the process worth it.
We’re not saying that love once found is going to be a bed of roses from thereafter, there are going to be a few bumps in the road. When two people truly love each other, they find a way to work things out no matter what the situation may be.
Someone to share your good days and your bad days with, knowing that no matter what the circumstances are, you will not face them alone, and to spend the rest of your life together. Maybe that’s what makes true love so sweet, so what if it takes a while and some effort to find it.
Our wisdom comes from our experience, and our experience comes from our foolishness.
We’re all born fools, it is life through various experiences that we are made wise. We all make mistakes, sometimes pay heavily for some, and regret almost all of them. But nonetheless, we learn from them.
It is through these hellish turmoils that we evolve into better version of ourselves. We learn to let go and to forgive. We learn virtues like patience, tolerance, and compassion, which in turn make us better human beings. It is only as we grow, we learn to see the world the way it is, in shades of gray, i.e., a place where good and bad both exist.
It is with this wisdom, that we gain acceptance for everything unfair that happened to us and learn to appreciate everything that was done right. This, in turn, helps us to be content with our lives.
The secret code of success is patience. It takes time to build great dreams.
The meaning of success is different for different people, for most of us it could be a life full of everything we desire, while for some it is the opportunity to give something back to the world. Whatever the definition, the road to success is surely not a simple one.
Everyone wants to be successful until they realize what it takes. With years of hard work, determination, dedication, and persistence, success definitely comes but after a few rejections and failures. Only those who stick around even after facing a number of failures are the ones who manage to succeed.
But like all good things, the more difficult the road to success, the more it is appreciated.
The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is ready to die at any time.
All those words unspoken, all the things we give up, all love that is lost out the fear of rejection―sad to know that we live most of our lives according to what other people think is right. With what matters to our heart is buried deep inside, we all don a mask to fit into this phony world.
But what if all were to end right now? Would you die with the satisfaction that you lived a life enviable by many or with the regret of all those things you couldn’t do? The only thing scarier than death is a life lived full of regrets.
Reminding yourself that death is inevitable, and may be just around the corner, frees you of a lot of apprehensions. It compels you to take a lot of chances and probably saves you from a lot of regret, do things that make you truly happy. Not many people would get it but should that really matter? Death at the end of a full life would definitely come with some satisfaction.