It’s not their fault

Someone once said: You will win if you don’t quit, and there’s no limit to self improvement! You are where you are because of a series of decisions, choices, and ultimately, consequences to those choices. I know you think it’s your parents, your brother or sister, your friends, your neighbors, your classmates, the devil, etc…but you’re wrong, it’s your fault. You don’t have to agree with me! Whether your decisions are good or bad, they were yours to make. As long as you live, you will have to make decisions! Own up to what you did and move forward, don’t stay stuck in neutral, put your life in gear and move forward. We all make bad choices(if you don’t believe that, just keep living) what’s most important is what lesson you learn from that choice you made. Even if you consulted someone who guided you or assisted you in making that decision, it was still yours to make. Life and death is in the power of the tongue, but it’s also in the power of your choices, so choose wise. Your decisions or choices are the most important things you will do in you life. Many people are suffering a life time of unhappiness because of their choices. We have to be bold enough to consider the consequences before it’s to late. Some choices are so clear, you need no one to assist you, it’s either right or wrong, good or bad, and you know the difference.

We all have to think before we act. There is no reason for an uneducated choice. We have information at our finger tips by way of our phones. You can google it, youtube it, where there’s a will, there is a way. If you made an uneducated decision like I did recently, shame on you!! Learn from that experience and move on, don’t continue beating yourself up as I have. Young people have to be very careful who they surround there selves with. When young guys get into trouble, they often have other friends with them. Be careful who you surround yourselves with. If they’re not the right company for you, find other friends, and don’t worry about the name calling that will result in you disassociating yourself. The effects of those names won’t last as long as the consequences of a bad choice, especially one made by someone else. Older people are not as vulnerable when it comes to friends and decisions, they don’t move in groups and tend to be more independent in their thinking. Whatever you’re planning on doing seek information that will guide you or consult the opinion of a valued friend, but remember that the decision still is ultimately yours. Have a great day and remember you don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great!

Truly,

Stu



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