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Remember The Good Times And Make The Most Of The Opportunities You Get…!

It’s okay to live in uncertainty and not be sure how tomorrow is going to turn out. If you choose to look at it from an adventurous perspective, that’s what makes life exciting!

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Dear Aishwariya,

It’s okay to be unsure about the future. It’s okay to live in the moment. Just enjoy your life. It will all turn out fine.

Right now, you are reading a lot of books, listening to music, watching movies, in addition to going to school, studying, playing with friends, taking part in extra-curricular activities, inter-school cultural activities, sports, etc. You are built in such a way that you need to be involved in a lot of activities to feel satisfied and  “complete.”

You may never have everything figured out. It’s okay to live in uncertainty and not be sure how tomorrow is going to turn out. If you choose to look at it from an adventurous perspective, that’s what makes life exciting! If you knew how every single day was going to pan out and had your entire life figured out, it would be boring, wouldn’t it?

It doesn’t really matter which subject you major in or which group of friends you hang out with. What will matter is that you give everything a 100%. If, after that things do not go your way, you will at least be happy you gave it your all.

Life is too short for regrets and the only regrets that usually haunt you are the things you did not do. Many days in your future will be filled with joy, happiness, friendship, and love. You must remember the good times and make the most of the opportunities that come your way.

As Richard Bach says, “You are never given a dream without also being given the power to make it come true. You may have to work for it, however.”

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Aishwariya Laxmi

Aishwariya Laxmi is a writer, editor, blogger, and poet living in suburban Chennai, India. She blogs on https://aishwariyalaxmi.com/ and has a newsletter at https://ash.fambase.com/. Her poems and flash fiction have read more...

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