3 Life Lessons Although there are many reasons that our souls come to earth, one of the main reasons I believe we come here is to learn a valuable lesson. If we did not learn this lesson through out a life time, our souls would come back to repeat the process. I believe I have learned a few lessons from my time here on earth. One lesson I have learned is to never take things or people for granted. At some point in our lives, we realize that we take things for granted, we take each other for granted.
Meaning we get so comfortable in having certain things in our lives and ertain people around us. It is when we no longer have those things or people that we come to the realization that we have taken things for granted. It’s natural to get comfortable. It’s human nature. We can’t help ourselves. It is wise to stop and think about the things we do have, instead of complaining about what we don’t because one day, what you once had, how you once lived, who you once had in your life; will no longer be there.
People habituate affection and cripple the finest part of life. So appreciate everything while it is here. Be grateful, give thanks to God and above all, let those in your life today know that you care about them and that you are grateful they are in your life. Another life lesson I have learned is to not be afraid to make mistakes. Whenever we try anything new, we might make some mistakes. We can’t possibly know everything that’s going to happen when we try something new. Sometimes we Just have to try something before we can learn about it.
Mistakes are a part of life. As Einstein said, the only people who don’t make mistakes are those who don’t try nything new. If there’s something you have a burning desire to do, don’t let the fear of making mistakes hold you back. We are not perfect. We are a mere blip on the timeline of existence. Life existed long before we came here and it will continue long after we’re gone. You were only given one life to live and only you can make the most of it. No one else can make you take advantage of opportunity; it’s up to you to muster the courage to embrace it.
As my dad once taught me “If you want something ouVe never had, you must do something youVe never done. ” The final lesson I’ve learned is to live life with no regrets. I learned this lesson through a song called “My Way” by Frank Sinatra. As we get older we learn and grow. But that doesn’t mean we have to regret what we did before we learned how to do things differently. If we didn’t go through those experiences we might not have grown into the strong and knowledgeable people we are today. Many people have heard of the saying “live today as it were your last.
This saying holds true for everyone. When we get older we tend to reflect on what we have done through life and Judge ourselfs. No one wants to lie on their death bed and think about their past mistakes and wish their life had taken a different turn. Wouldn’t we want to have a positive outlook on life? Those who lived life with no regrets live happier lives and obtain a higher level of wisdom. something it. The few lessons I have learned will never be forgotten. There are still many valuable lessons for me to learn and ill strive to find them.