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God help those who help themselves

God help those who help themselves

God help those who help themselves

Let’s be practical.
1. How many of you have tried and failed ?
2. How many of you have tried your best and failed ?

The difference between both of the above questions is the amount of hard work you have put in.

Now-a-days people call it bad luck if they fail to achieve something, without considering the hardships they have contributed to their work.

No. It’s not the bad luck. May be some of the  ingredients are missing from the path that leads to success. “Success” requires patience, strong will and determination, consistency and above all , the confidence. Even God help us only when we help ourselves, means we need to perform our work with full commitment in right direction in the field we want to succeed.

Only praying to God will not help. We have to take the steps in the right direction. Have faith in God and believe in your hard work and you will definitely get the result of what you deserve.

For instance, a true example, a guy studied for the exams but he failed. He gave the excuses that the examiner didn’t want him to pass and the markings were strict. But insisted by his parents he called the copies for review. There, you know, and then he found his shortcomings in the presentation of his answers , trying to misguide the examiner and his inability to understand about what the question is asking. In the next attempt he tried to overcome his shortcomings and got success. He definitely learned the most important lesson of his life.

Even Einstein, Graham Bell, Tesla and all the other great personalities of the history have failed, not one or two or three times, but several times. Imagine, working on a project for so many years and watching it getting failed in the end. But, my friend,  that’s not the end. Get up, dust yourself up and reload yourself to achieve the target.

Well, Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of The United States, practiced law without a degree. Lincoln had about 18 months of formal schooling.

Late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, 11th President of India, in order to support his poor family, used to distribute newspapers after his school hours to add to his father’s income. He missed an opportunity to become a fighter pilot for the Indian Air force. He was on the ninth spot on the list, and there were only eight openings. The first eight shortlisted candidates were recruited. But later, Kalam was known as the ‘Missile Man’ of India due to his continued, successful work with ballistic missiles and launch vehicle technology.

To conclude this, I would like to share that the Success doesn’t come with just having faith or belief in something. We have to work hard. Don’t get distracted by Social Sites, Chatting Apps. Stay away from negativity. Nothing should come between you and your aim. Remember, don’t stop when you are tired, stop when you are done.” Know your weaknesses and know your strength. Convert your weaknesses to your strengths by overcoming fear and hesitation. Even an arrow is stretched backwards to hit the target. So when life makes you down, for the time being, reload yourself to hit the target of your life.

Never miss an opportunity, don’t waste time and always believe in hard work because the God help those who help themselves.

-Sankalp Shakya (Team ItsLyf)

God help those who help themselves

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