Youth: A Critical Stage in Life
I enjoy writing to young people like me, not just because older generations know better and do not need the facts (which of course they do, and in fact should read it) But because the psyche of a young person is one which is easily and readily flexible to both the positive influence (principles, knowledge, truths) on life, or the negative influences that are prevalent in our society. The youthful years are the time where characters are materialized while values are developed and choices are made. The choices and decisions which will change our lives, as well as the future generations, regardless of the present situation will be made in this stage of life. Steven Covey, who was an author and teacher, wrote that "I am not a product of my circumstance. I am a product of my decisions." Thus, the necessity for education and motivation, directed towards decision-making and persistent optimism to remain in the right track, without losing the rails along the line. For more detail please visit:- It is only possible to attain enlightenment through voluntary willingness to be informed. Information is information and knowledge itself is power. If we are educated it is easy to determine your goal in life. Everyone has a mission on this planet. We did not just come into this world to consume goods and services, go to college, or get that job and get married, then give birth and die afterwards. Or did we? That's a life which was utterly wasted. Albert Schuster once said, "the tragedy of life is not that we die, but what dies inside a man while he lives." We also have the honor to have access to the documents that the men who came before us wrote down, so that the knowledge and wisdom was gained through experience and careful study of life is easily at our disposal. The world is changing in various forms. Information is expanding at fast speed. Research has indicated that every sixty seconds, 2000 pages are added to mankind's knowledge and the content produced every day takes a person five years to comprehend. A computer's memory could logically compute six million words per second to store in permanent memory and it's as fast as reading the entire Bible six times in one second. So anyone at any point in time always has something they can learn from their experiences. The most effective learning isn't in the study and learning aspect but in the application. We often listen to inspirational words and think "wow, I should do that" to something worth trying , but we do that but then we forget about that. Why not simply apply it? If you've already discovered your mission, then build on it. Whatever worthwhile endeavour you have been up to, try your best. Do your best. Try it 2x or 10x the intensity. Work out for twice as long or write 5x the amount as you normally do or even work 10x as much. Challenge yourself to break some limitations and beliefs you've set for yourself. In closing I'll reminisce about the tale of a student that once wrote to the famous preacher Henry Ward Beecher, asking him how he could get an 'easy job'. Beecher replied, "If you're a slacker.. Beecher answered, "if that's your attitude, You'll never amount to anything. You cannot be an editor or become a lawyer or even think of entering the ministry. None of these professions are easy. You will have to forget the fields of merchandising and shipping, abhor the practice of politics, and forget about the difficult field of medicine. To be a farmer or even good soldier, you must study and think. My son, you have come into a hard world. I know of only one easy place in it, and that is in the grave." I'll leave this for today and then continue the next time. Content that is of high quality is crucial to reaching out to the masses. Over 150 billion people are online regularly in search to good stuff to read either to make their day or get advice on improvement in their lives. Writing content is my favorite hobby. It's an opportunity to show myself to the world and it's a pleasure to influence the world with my writing. If you need my services contact me and I'll respond promptly.

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