When someone finds truth in becoming a leader, most people decide it is not right for this person to be a leader, so they become so jealous and enraged by the leader. Not every one can be a leader, but not every one can be a follower too. In some cases, we should all lead our own lives without finding ourselves enraged with jealousy. This is when we need to be in the moment of solitude to recollect our thoughts for success. Afterward, we can sense who we are as a person and what we can do with our own life.
Some people are meant to write, others are meant to heal, while the rest of the world has their own niche in society. One should realize what it takes to find their own way in to this world. If your emotions always get the better of you, then you will never be able to do what is meant of you to do.
It is good to be with people especially when solitude can not find us anymore and we become lonely. Our emotions show we need people now. Like this picture which I just found showing our emotions are a swirl of frequencies circulating around us with different colors of energy.
Apparently, many people get too emotional in their lives to be able to think logical. They want something someone else has, and they can’t seem to grasp it, so their emotions swirl through their bodies. It is always very important to stay focused on the task at hand which you want to accomplish. Work hard because you just never know when you will succeed. Even when you do succeed, you should never attribute your emotions to become too excited and always keep a mellow attitude. Though, I have found very few people can actually keep a mellow balanced attitude. Even somebody else who becomes jealous of the success, you still need to block it out and practice the fine art of Occlumency! (Hence, every book even Harry Potter teaches us something)
Finding our way in to this world can be very hard at times.
Here are two good quotes from President Abraham Lincoln:
1) “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing.”
2) “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.”
Anyway, posting later on…
I like your writing. I especially appreciate the quote ““Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.” Thanks for sharing.