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Weekend motivations

In the event that you’ll not make due with anything not as much as your best ,if you can’t do incredible huge things, do great little things, you will be astonished at what you can achieve in your lives.Courage is the thing that it takes to stand up and talk. Valor is additionally what it brings to take a seat and listen.
Happiness doesn’t come about because of what we get, however from what we give.
We need to step sometimes into troubled waters not to get drown, but to cleanse ourselves,and taste the cruelty of life.

A boring life. A life we’re so afraid of living. A life wasted in mediocrity.Are you living such life?

Remember that,

“If you want to achieve something truly remarkable you have to take a truly remarkable risk.”

Life is either a great adventure or nothing”.



This blog is managed by Abhishek Pathania -A computer science student, who writes short poems on genres ranging from horror, mystery, drama, romance, sattire and fiction. Occasionally you'll find motivational quotes and hand curated articles on a variety of topics, all capable of shaping conscious awareness.

26 thoughts on “Weekend motivations

  1. Such a refreshing quote for the weekend and of course for the mind. Also I have always believed that small things lead to big happenings in either ways good and bad. Taking risks for making life an adventure and crossing the standerds of mediocrity is another goal which should be always considered by the ones determined because fortunatly it is received. It feels dumfounded when later realised that how giving is the real happiness and taking is a satisfaction. Or one may call it phased happiness. Well I would say giving is an art altogether. Your quotes are always real and straightforward implying hopes that are achived.

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  2. I’ve been thinking about this particular topic for a while now. Most of the people I know seem to be drifting through life. It feels like many people waste their potential and I think society has always taught us to be average and mediocre but that’s dangerous because then everyone will look to the next person to make a change or do something amazing when they don’t realize that they are fully capable of doing it too. Most people are afraid of stepping out of their comfort zones and taking risks and that’s why so many people settle for the average life that they have. Needless to say, people have school and work to worry about as well so it also becomes difficult to give something great so much time. Thank you for the great pos and I’ll be writing about this soon. As Eric Thomas once said, ‘Be phenomenal or be forgotten.’ (Just something I live by) ☺️

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    1. I think the problem lies in our education system and in our upbringing too. Our education system should challenge the students in all aspects. Make them realize that nothing in life comes easy. And make sure that student learn to rise after they fall. Success and failure are a part of life and they should not be afraid of it.As you said “people have school and work to worry” , I would agree on that but see people don’t tend to step out of their so called comfort zone because they kinda enjoy it. In my opinion, it’s s difficult to be special. It requires Hard work, discipline, passion and sheer dedication .And most important of all is to have courage to follow your dreams. Only the ones which possess such qualities turn out to be great and successful people. At last, I would say that these qualities are not always pre-embedded or god gifted, but can be developed with experience and time. I would also not deny the fact that some of them are god gifted like in the case of child prodigies and whiz kids, but still we can rule them out as exceptions in a world of 7 billion people and understand our own potentials to add some useful purpose to the society.
      Thank you for stopping by and adding a valuable comment. I really appreciate that. Looking forward to your post.


      1. Yes, I completely agree there. Often times, school teaches us to be average and mediocre by making us memorize chunks of information and putting it on tests that will only get us so far in life. School only prepares you for tests, it doesn’t prepare you for life. School never taught me how to deal with mental illness, how to be happy, how to be successful. Those were things that should have been taught to us but nobody ever bothered. You see, schools make money from students because where I live, good grades are a very important part of people’s lives. Parents expect their kids to be exceptional and go to big-name universities but there’s really nothing ‘exceptional’ about being able to memorize information and put it on a test. If you study, study because you genuinely want to learn something. But school has taught us that it’s all about the tests and not about our personal growth and development. Schools pretend to make us successful by telling us that we have to get good grades and get into a good university but really, how far is that going to take you? They define our success by numbers and letters and percentages. I mean, how absurd is that? How can you define someone’s intelligence by a number? That’s just stupid. There’s so much diversity and everyone is different and you can’t use the same method to measure the potential of, for instance, an artist and a mathematician, because these two people at great in their own ways. I think the worst thing is that school doesn’t focus on a child’s strong subject but rather, forces the child to focus on their weak subject. The university/school you go to can’t possibly determine your potential. The reason why I’m not a mindless drone like my peers, if you will, is simply because I choose to think and I know the truth about all of this. I know that school isn’t really worth the heart ache and the pain most people make it out to be and everyday I wake up feeling like I could be doing something better with my life. So I’m trying to do my own thing. I don’t think there’s anything incredible about being able to cram information and put it on a test and get an A grade. It’s absolutely appalling how people are becoming nothing more than an A or a B grade. Failure is essential and most people feel like they don’t fail when they don’t try. But there it is. That’s exactly why they’re failing. They’re failing because they’re not even trying in the first place. If someone wants to be successful, they are going to fail. But the important thing is to not give up and keep going even during the hard times. Most people have a fixed mindset instead of a growth mindset. I feel like people need to stop letting trivial things such as grades ascertain their future. They need to understand that they are much greater than that. We’re incredible people and I believe that we all have the capability to do incredible things in life, if only people would choose to go beyond all the garbage that the education system and society feeds us. Yes, that’s right. Most people enjoy being in their comfort zones because it’s easy, right? I mean, why would anyone go the extra mile and try to do something that requires hard work, dedication and commitment? Most people won’t and only a few will. It’s actually really difficult for people to get up every single day and start thinking seriously about everything they didn’t do and what they could have been. It’s hard to face the truth but I don’t think that it’s ever too late to change. Yes, these qualities are very important if people want to be successful. Growing up, I was taught to believe that you had to be born with a particular quality to be good at it but I learned with time that anything can be learned, if you have the right attitude and the will to begin. For me and many people, I feel like the hardest thing is to start. But once you start doing something, you build momentum and it becomes a kind of daily practice or ritual for you and you start to engage with it. It becomes a part of you. I feel like we all have the potential to change the world and we should never let people bring us down because their discouraging words are only a reflection of their own weaknesses, cowardice and insecurities. You’re welcome. Thank you for talking about something so important here. I can say that people will take something away from it. Yeah, it’ll be coming soon. Keep changing perceptions with your words.

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      2. Well, you made some really veracious and relatable points with your admirable skill of understanding people and their behaviors. I would like to appreciate you for this, and honestly you made this post more lively with your comment. Yes, this is going to be really useful to people reading it, like it helped me. I must say this comment is a fully fledged post in it’s own! πŸ˜€
        Thank you.😊
        Have a great Sunday…

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      3. Thank you so much for the encouragement, my friend. I’m happy I could contribute something to your post and help you and others with it. Haha, yes! Considering how long it is, it really does feels like a post of it’s own. Likewise. Have a great Sunday! 😊

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