Theoretical Practice

Hola blogverse !
It’s been months since the last time I posted something on my blog that I feel awkward writing on my own blog now, darn !

I just realized that the strongest person in the world is not the person who always gets awards, or the person who always wins, but rather than it’s the one who can admit their own mistakes, learn from those mistakes, grow to be a better person, give more – take less, love more – hate less, less pride – more humble, I’m not saying to be a perfect one, just be a better person out of every mistake you made by taking the lesson out of it.
For some people it’s really hard for them to admit their own fault, some people prefer to act like it’s not their fault while in fact it’s their fault, and instead drag others into their bad situation. Strong people don’t do that. At least in my opinion, strong people don’t do that. Strong is not only about muscle, I think the real strong is what comes from the inside rather than from the outside.

I believe many of the 21st century of human-being know the theories about how to be and or what makes someone a good human-being, but only few of them understand how to apply those theories into their real-life. I’m not saying it’s a bad thing, it’s totally your right to do what you need to do. Like it or not, we need bad things so that we’ll know and understand which are good things and which are bad things, if all of things that happen in the world are good, then there won’t be good things anymore. We need diversity so that we’ll understand the things we don’t have so that we can learn and grow out of it.

Enough random things for today, see you !




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