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My Inspiration Story.

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Hare Krishna everyone I am writing an inspiring story today.

I find inspiration to be everywhere, wherever you go and whoever you meet can inspire you. I choose to write about a story that happened in my life. At around year seven, my family and me decided to send me to boarding school. I remember being scared and confused about the world that I was getting into but I adjusted, I had a friend of mine who had a complicated past, he went through ups and downs in school, he was a good guy, he just took time to open up and talk freely. One evening on a Saturday, he went deep into his past and on the surface, he seemed okay but once we got into the intricacies of his past, it wasn't difficult to see that he had some mental scars and some untapped emotions. I guess because we were great friends he could talk about these issues, anyways after a long chat I told him to channel his emotions into an activity, he talked about how he loved martial arts, he decided to put his emotions into taekwondo, the last I heard he was competing at the regional level.

His example shows us that your current circumstances, no matter how bad they are, can change if you change your perspective on your problems. He changed his perspective from negative to positive and achieved a considerable amount of success.

I hope you can change and grow too.

Hare Krishna,

Bobbie Dubey


Posted : 14/07/2020 8:11 pm
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This is a beautiful story, on how we can take every challenge in life and turn it into opportunity. We should all encourage each other and support one another you never know how a simple smile can transform someone's life. This is truly inspiration, how something Small can make a Huge difference to someone, as they say, "In the end, all it takes is one small action, by one person.Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day-in and day-out."

I look forward to reading your essay, what would be great is if you come up with a Topic, like Bhagavatam and Positivity or Bhagavatam & Emotional Intelligence. Let me know what you come up with, i look forward to helping you.

Posted : 15/07/2020 11:13 am