Life Lessons (2)



Life can seem like a lot to take in, but in time one finds that simple lessons sum it up the best. Life lessons (1) was my take on some of the more lasting lessons I’ve learned so far.

Here are some equally relatable lessons …

1.  Forgiveness is for me, not for those who have hurt me.

2.  The point of sharing your life with someone isn’t to have them make your life better but to keep you company as you do it yourself.

3.  Forgive but do not forget the lessons you were taught from an experience.

4.   Do not over-invest your emotions in friendship – friends come and go.

5.  Walk away from people who have no respect for you.

6.  Nobody but yourself can define your worth and capabilities.


12 thoughts on “Life Lessons (2)

  1. True words at forgiveness. When you forgive those who hurt you you free yourself from negativity and continued bitterness. What freedom to be free of all….


    • Friendship is great, but we have to be able to move on and be just fine if it doesn’t work out or just plain fades away, as well.
      Hi ya Bola, been ages.


    • Recognizing our worth and embracing self love is a huge part of finding happiness in a world where people are quick to treat each other in well… less than acceptable ways.


  2. True words once again. I’v always revelled in the short and simple lessons of life. Their conciseness seem to be more insightful than a long worded essay. Hope we all live well-lived lives.


    • The simple lessons seem like the easiest to forget, we go through certain experiences and in retrospect think “how could i not have seen that this was the most likely outcome, it was plain to see”. Good to read from you again Chris, thanks for stopping by.


  3. Will you believe my entire university experience taught me point 4!!
    These are the life lessons you shared.. I have learned a couple of them the hard way.
    P.S Thank you fr visiting my blog I am sorry to get back to you so late. I hope to read your insightful posts more from now onwards 🙂 Please do keep visiting Cascading Thoughts!
    Thank you Once again 🙂


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