CLIMBING YOUR MOUNTAINS

If you are faced with a mountain, you have several options. You can climb it and cross to the other side. You can go around it. You can dig under it. You can fly over it. You can blow it up. You can ignore it and pretend it’s not there. You can turn back and go back the way you came. Or you can climb it and stay at the top and that’s what legends like me do. You should be like me.

If you have ever climbed a mountain you must know this, but for those who haven’t like me.TBH. It is one hell of a tough job.

So far, what doesn’t kill you can only make you stronger.

We encounter mountains in our everyday lives, whether they be our studies, jobs, sibling troubles or that neighbor who keeps borrowing things and never returns them and so you have to borrow them from him to get them back.

Some mountains are easy to climb, some shatter your self esteem and some can even breathe out the soul out of you.

CLIMBING YOUR MOUN

Conquering your mountains

Mountains are only a problem when they are bigger than you. You should develop yourself so much that you become bigger than the mountains you face. Climb the mountain not to plant your flag, but to embrace the challenge, enjoy the air and behold the view. Climb so you can perceive the world, climb so that you can live.

So as you wake up every day in the morning, know that you have several mountains to get on top. Even when that day’s mountains seem bigger than you, just pull yourself higher and higher, because the struggle is never in vain. It is either you will reach a higher point today or you will be training your powers so that you will be able to climb higher tomorrow.  Rely on the support from before. Hold on to that. And remember that YOU ARE THE BEST. You are the one. Keep telling that yourself every day AND get to the top of your mountains.

So dear twentie, how do you face your mountains? Do you go around them, blow them up or pretend they are not there. Leave a comment below

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10 thoughts on “CLIMBING YOUR MOUNTAINS

  1. For every challenge there is a solution. The real challenge is not in the situation but in seeking the solution. Mountains as they are do not move. Tackling mountains depends entirely on what you choose to do. With better opportunities rise higher responsibilities and elevated responsibilities result to much greater opportunities and so our lives are on a constant motion of constant battling with one thing to the next. The mind alone can not work on its own nor can the body function efficiently without the mind. Being a comatose patient is better than being brain dead and that is where our mind proves to be more important that our strengths. If we are constantly desiring better we might as well be equipped with what is better. Feeding the mind is more vital for it is a one way ingestion and digestion for what goes in is forever there and can be retrieved based on the tactics used to get it. A malnutrition subjected mind magnifies every thing that looks hard to seem worse and reality has it that tasty food is not always healthy and healthy food is not always tasty.
    How one chooses to charge on an inanimate mountain solely depends on one’s equipments. Let Him with a rope climb, Him with a dagger dig and Him with a map go around it. The concern is not on who did what and how, but on who made it on the other side. The whole world can not live on the same formula but the whole world will surely judge on the right answer. Do not be afraid or ashamed of being different in seeking out solutions but be bold and confident in the accuracy of your results. Then you can rejoice as a victor for you have undoubtedly conquered the task.

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  2. Great charity.. Any options is better except turning back
    ..that is what we call persistence.. Or perseverance…
    Keep it up”’!!!

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