We often complain. That’s typical of human nature.
We complain about how someone overlooked us, about how someone denied us, about how someone misunderstood us, about how someone never appreciated us, about how someone belittled our talent and what-not.
Life is unfair. I agree. But sulking is not the solution.
Like I wrote here, either you can worry about the results too much or you can keep doing what you love endlessly. And may be selflessly.
If you look at the great men, the only thing that sets them apart is that they were incredibly irreplaceable. No one can replace an Ansel Adams, a David Ogilvy, a Richard Feynman, or a Mother Theresa.
They all were extra-ordinary. They worked hard to become so.
Recognize your love.Hone your skill on it. Master it. So badly that no one you know should know more than you know.
Yes, it won’t happen today. Not even tomorrow. It will take years of sweat. But this should be your success-meter. Not the one the rest of the world uses.
If the title of this post was a question, the answer is= Eternal Patience.
- bethepurplecow posted this