For the past decade or more I have written little notes to myself of life’s lessons I have learned. My goal was to put them all together when I had saved enough and publish them in a book. The only problem is they are on little scraps of paper around my house, in random Word documents or in saved emails.
Now that I have this forum, I have decided that I am going to start publishing them here, one at a time. Some of the lessons are positive. I hope very much that most of them will be viewed that way. Some will likely sound quite negative, but all of them are lessons that life has taught me.
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No doubt you are concerned about the abundance of bad in the world. Life Lesson 1 challenges you to be the good you want to see in the world.
Everyone seems to have an opinion on what you should be. But who do you want to be? Be sure to be true to yourself and your core beliefs.
They may say, “just kidding,” but they usually don’t mean it. Read why this writer chose to weed “jokers” out of his life.
Negativity is like a virus. Everyone is subject to and influenced by it. Choose instead to fill your life with positive people.
You may have a preference for how things are done, but does that mean that’s the only way it can be done? Learn why it is important to be flexible.
The older you get, the more you realize just how little you know.
You do your best to make plans and to choose your own journey. But, sometimes, the journey has other plans. Learn the life lesson taught by Cider House Rules.
In a flash, a loved one may be taken from us. Be sure to tell them today how much you love them.
Want to stop procrastinating? Read four ways to improve, and meet some frogs along the way.
No matter how dark things get, there is always a reason to keep going. This lesson uses quotes with seven reasons you should never quit.