“Universal is flexible for exceptional.”

Nothing is impossible for the people having their heart on fire and determination to touch the stars.

Apart from all the challenges, they always keep growing, struggling and improving.

Yes, Positive and obstinate people do not fear of change but they see every change and challenge as an opportunity to set the standard of achievement higher.

Such people get inspiration from turmoil they are in and act as they are already winner. They overcome most of the upheavals by having positive mindset and keep moving forward.

Recurrence of intense thoughts,

Invites the specific occurance.”

The important thing is our thoughts. They direct us, guide us or could destroy us.

Beware!

Thank you.

40 thoughts on “Nothing universal for exceptional

  1. So very true! Our thoughts are all powerful, so positive thoughts and a never-say-die spirit can really work wonders and lead to profoundly positive outcomes! A really good post!

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  2. This is absolutely and unequivocally true. It is said that what you think determines how you feel and how you feel influences what you act. Indeed, our life is mostly shaped by our thoughts, so we should strive hard to see the silver lining of every adversity. Thank you for this and let me also thank you for visiting my blog and liking my recent post. It means so much to me. Keep writing. I have found good thoughts from you.
    All the best,
    Niel

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  3. We rarely have any power over what life brings us, but we have absolute power over how we deal with it and how it affects us. Good Luck and keep positive.

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  4. Growing through adversity is always powerful! One of the best things ever said to me was “don’t waste the pandemic, find opportunities IN it.” And I started helping produce recovery testimony videos on YouTube! Who knew it would get thousands of views? I was expecting maybe 2 LOLz

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      1. You’re welcome. Sometimes negative things bring positive changes. Sometimes something good comes out of something bad. Sounds oxymoronic. But I’ve often found it’s true.

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