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Everyone has their own path to their own definition of success. There is no one-size-fits-all methodology to life paths, and quite honestly, that’s the beauty of it. But whether you follow society’s path or define your own, there is one thing that holds true for everyone – you must work hard to reach any goal on your path, and that work is best done early.
How bizarre is it that a moment of pure joy could result in a barrage of tears? Especially, when there’s no reason for it. As I think about it, it might have been the fact that I get to be so openly happy because I’m free…while remembering there was a time when I was enslaved.
Every time someone wants to make a case for why you should forgive and accept the people that are your blood relatives, no matter how horrible they may have been or are currently to you, they use the phrase “blood is thicker than water”. However, that is no reason to push someone to accept blood relatives if they don’t want to. Here’s what I’ve learned about this quote and what it means in practical life.