Life is What You Make of it –

Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “Life is what you make of it.” This means that when things occur in your life, its your perspective that governs your feelings about what happens. Fate and perspective are not mutually exclusive. They function together to form the impact that events have on your life. The cause of events is important from the survival and self protection viewpoint. If you don’t like the way something feels, then you can learn to avoid it to the best of your ability, allowing fate for them to reoccur.

This is also subsequently in part of turning my life around. From a dark point of despair – to a happy, loving, and fun life. From being blessed with such good friends to my boyfriend Aaron, life is truly what YOU make of it. Sitting back and waiting; not speaking your mind, good luck. If you take charge of it, then there’s no telling where you’ll end up. Live with no regrets.

This concludes another post –

– Robert

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We are three kids from three different time zones, with one common goal. This is our voice:
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5 Responses to Life is What You Make of it –

  1. Tom Davis says:

    Along those same lines, Andy Warhol said, “They always say that time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.”

  2. Jay M. says:

    You are exactly correct. However, there are those out there that have life thrust upon them, and in many cases, don’t have the strength to lift themselves up. These are the people who we need to be watchful for, and extend a hand in friendship, to offer a smile, to help them live the life that they deserve.
    Nice post.
    Peace ❤

  3. ***** 5 Star Post!

    I really feel this is one of the keys to life. unlock that door of no regrets and enter into a new attitude and a refreshing life. I enjoyed it. Short and Sweet!

  4. david says:

    dont be afraid to take risks…
    be the change you want to see in the world….

    ~ cheers….

  5. DJ says:

    Takings risks open up new opportunities. How valuable said opportunities are is for you to find out. I’m very happy you chose to take a very big risk and succeeded, Robert.

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