(image by the author from the book ‘Who moved my cheese?’, written by Dr.Spencer Jhonson)
(image by the author from the book ‘Who moved my cheese?’, written by Dr.Spencer Jhonson)

Few people are attached to material things, while a few are on the spiritual and emotional fronts. The more we are attached to something or someone, we hold on to it more. It creates an emotional connection, and when the things turns upside down, we tend to not move on from it or them. We lose opportunities even when they knock our doors by itself.

Being consistent and not giving up is entirely different from holding on to what is not working out.

Life is a balance of holding on and letting go

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(image by the author from the book ‘Who moved my cheese?’, written by Dr.Spencer Jhonson)

We experience good days, bad days, and terrible days. Finding the light at the end of the tunnel or finding the path itself makes us happy. I feel it is the first step towards success. It is the foundation ground.

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