This poem by Rudyard Kipling is a straightforward description of what matters in Life.

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Exemplary people have penned down various guides for their proteges in form of poems and letters. The poem “If” by “Rudyard Kipling” is a lucid and a definitive guide for the younger generation. If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too; If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies, Or being hated, don’t…

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Find your truth, your beauty and rise!

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You’re beautiful. Did anyone ever tell you that? You’re powerful. Do you know this truth? We often believe what is repeated by other people frequently, being conditioned this way from our early youth. But do you know that everyone has a different perspective. So what one person sees, thinks or says about you is not necessarily what is true. To discover the truth, you have to examine it for yourself. Go deep within, face your fears, the lies and the pain. Confront it, ask the questions that need to be…

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What will you discover?

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Everyone really wants to do something, but there are few that will put forward the needed effort to make the necessary sacrifice to secure it. There is only one way to accomplish anything and that is to go ahead and do it. A man/woman may accomplish almost anything today, if he/she just sets his/her heart on doing it and lets nothing interfere with his/her progress. Obstacles are quickly overcome by the person that sets out to accomplish their heart’s desire. The “bigger” the person, the smaller the obstacle appears. The…

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Growth Takes Time.

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This is a tale of two men. Similar in almost every way. The two men take their axes and go into the woods to engage in a wood chopping contest. From sunrise to sunset, they were to chop down as many forest trees as possible. The prize, fortune and fame. Both men chopped and chopped steadily from sunrise until noon. At noon they were neck and neck. Then one man stopped chopping. He took a break. The other man saw this and thought to himself: ‘Certainly I will win. His…

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