Choose truth, not comfort.

in #life2 months ago

We all must develop and grow until we reach our potential. People often fall capable of developing themselves at the right pace and instead rely on assumptions. I have learned many things since I wrote this last paragraph, memorized them, unlearned some of them, and then relearned them - to learn what I really know deep down inside.

You could always argue that a passionate individual might try to follow their heart even if it doesn't work out in the end. However, is it even worth going after a lost cause? If people are that passionate about something but nevertheless give up because nothing came around due to various mitigating circumstances or are not motivated enough to put enough energy into it to get some sort of result off of it, then is how consistently successful they could be in life potentially less than how passionate they feel about it?

This post targets people who have thought-provoking questions and are seeking answers born of experiences, wisdom, and lessons learned over the course of their lives.

What really matters is finding your way through our sometimes difficult journey and knowing that life has meaning, no matter what twists and turns it takes.

We must be the voice for people who cannot speak up for themselves. We must find the courage to do what we know is right. And even when it seems dark, love can guide us toward a brighter future.

Finding motivation isn't easy in today's world where so much trouble is thrown our way. But just because I found it tough doesn't mean I'll stop trying. There are no easy answers, but there are simple ones. We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right, even if it makes us unpopular or intimidating.

"There are no easy answers, but there are simple answers. We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right."

It's hard to say who should set these moral standards. This can depend on your culture, your family, and your religious background. But we all share one thing in common: humanity. What I want you to understand is that whether or not you are educated, all human beings want the same things from life, a sense of safety, love, stability, and support. Educated or not educated people to want success for themselves and their loved ones, a sense of appreciation about who they are and where they're going, and how their efforts are contributing something back to society.

People are intrinsically motivated because they are doing something that they enjoy with their true passions. Like people, there is both light and darkness in our world. We should try to combine these two elements for humanity to be truly happy.

Picking up the beginning at the bottom is not a good idea when your worldview was designed to understand the importance of personal growth, determination, compassion, and empathy towards all living things like plants, animals, and humans. But once you have already picked up what is important from your journey of life on Earth, you find it much easier to do what is morally right impartially.


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