“Happiness is not the absence of problems, it’s the ability to deal with them.” ― Steve Maraboli

When one contemplates a proper life lesson to share there are many that come to mind. Something I recently read immediately came to mind. It’s a list of reasons why you are good enough. You can find the full list at http://thoughtcatalog.com/shelby-sever/2014/10/10-reasons-why-you-are-good-enough/

Here are some of my favs:

2. You are good enough because you have something no one else has to offer. A killer smile, an affinity for baking, excellent math skills — whatever your specialty might be, you’ve got something no one else can compare to.

3. You are good enough because you make big mistakes. Huge ones. And that’s awesome because it gives you the chance to become better. And you choose to take it.

7. You are good enough because even though you know you have to let go of some people, you also know there are some you have to continue to forgive. You’ve become aware of the people who need to stay in your life, and sometimes those are the ones that need more forgiveness than others.

10. You are good enough because though you may be in a rut right now, or maybe you’re just having a rough day, you know that things will get better. You have hope. You let the beauty of the brighter days ahead of you carry you on until you reach them.


Let’s get real everyone feels insecure and not confident about themselves at some point in their life. And it’s really hard to figure out what to do when you literally have no clue how to handle your life. The one thing that matters is that you take action. It does not really matter what that action is, as long as you do something. By making choices in your life you wither succeed or have an opportunity to learn from your mistakes. Use all of your time at college as a learning experience, not just the school part but the other parts as well. In time you will be able to see that most things are a blessing in disguise, and you will be able to take all of your experiences and allow them to shape the person you are becoming.



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