So Much Still Yet to Be Discovered

Sola By Sola, 6th Feb 2018 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1qg4jm3w/
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A Widely Accepted Truth; See yourself more than you presently are.

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I am a huge fan of WWE.
At some point, I wondered why the same set of Wrestlers grow and win championships and some others employed before these ones are pretty much like Spectators. No championships, No stage presence, Boring gimmicks, Bad theatrics.....Just show offs.
Some get fired because they have absolutely nothing to bring to the table.

This strongly applies to us as individuals.
We are not necessarily the problem, rather, it is what we do with ourselves.

Every seed has the potential to become a fruit.
Every seed has the potential to become a tree.
Every seed has the potential to become a bush.
Every seed has the potential to become a forest.
Its vastness is unimaginable!

The important questions are;
What do we want? To know what we want, we have to know what we do not want.
What are we doing to get what we want? Every single choice we make has a ripple effect.
How far are we willing to go to get what we want? The limitation of the steps you take is the limitation of what you get.

There is no folk without a talent. Ignorance is a disease that has eaten deep into our souls. When you behold what you are capable of and what good it will cause, you will be willing to do anything to bring about its emergence.

How far you get is a function of whatever you do with what you have. The proof of smart work is success!

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Life Journey, Lifes Possibilities

Meet the author

author avatar Sola
Forensic Analyst, Writer and Global Entrepreneur. My writing niche is targeted at individuals who desire to find their paths and walk it. In my spare time, I watch movies or hang out with friends.

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