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Dear other self,

Its been a years since you changed.

I know there are some things that we need to let go of the past in order for us to be happy and free. I know that your hate cages all the good things about you. And it’s not good for you and it’s not also good for your heart. How can you be totally happy if you still holding into something that’s unnecessarily? It brings so much weighs to your heart – carrying all the hatred and burdens in your heart – and that makes bitterness in life.

I know that it is hard to forgive someone. It is hard to forgive those people who broke your trust. Nobody’s perfect. Yes it is, how can we learn if we don’t want to allow ourselves to be learned from the mistakes in the past. Past is something that will lead us to the brighter future that makes us to be strong and wise. You know what? Forgiving is a special gift from God. Why ? because it is the only way that makes our heart freely from the burdens inside of our hearts – from your hate to love..

It gives us peaceful living that everybody wants to. Well, its time for you to forgive them for you able to feel what life is it.


Truly yours,


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The Smile :)

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The Smile 

There is a Smile of Love
And there is a Smile of Deceit
And there is a Smile of Smiles
In which these two Smiles meet

And there is a Frown of Hate
And there is a Frown of Disdain
And there is a Frown of Frowns
Which you strive to forget in vain

For it sticks in the Hearts deep Core
And it sticks in the deep Back bone
And no Smile that ever was smild
But only one Smile alone

That betwixt the Cradle & Grave
It only once Smild can be
But when it once is Smild
Theres an end to all Misery

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I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.

Try and try until you succeed“, one of the famous quotes or sayings in this world.And I do believe it even up to this days. There’s nothing to afraid to try something in your life goals. I, myself thinks that every failures in life makes me a better person and a chance of knowing myself more if how could I handle it. It makes me braver than before. And it makes me fully determined to do so. 

I failed, not once, not twice but many times in my life. And it doesn’t mean to give up on it. I just keep trying again and again, not even try to give up. Giving up means that your weak.  The word “weak” means that it symbolizes that you’re not strong enough not only physically but mentally and emotionally matters. You’re weak when you are not even trying to stand in your failures. You’re weak when when “giving up” is your solutions in every worst situations. You’re weak physically, mentally,emotionally and even spiritually.     YOU ARE WEAK, because you’re afraid to stand out, you’re not persistent enough, you lack humility, you’d rather argue against advice instead of taking it, you don’t take responsibility for what happens in your life, you’re afraid to care. To make it short, YOU DON’T BELIEVE IT’S POSSIBLE. That’s why people failed.

NOTE:Here are four steps that can help you turn any negative experience into a positive outcome: ACCEPT THAT FAILURE IS PART OF THE PROCESS, LET OUT YOUR FRUSTRATION, BE BRUTALLY HONEST and FAIL FORWARD. 

Despite what we hear, it has nothing to do with smiling and being happy with everything that happens to you. Anyone who says that is either lying or crazy. Positive thinking, rather, is used so that we can learn, grow, and evolve from what we experience in life.This does not mean try to fail. It simply means that if you are faced with a setback, understand it is not your final destination. It is a stepping-stone in your journey that is getting you to where you need to be.We can’t stop obstacles from appearing in life, but we can choose how to handle them. They may block our vision temporarily, but if we persevere then we can discover opportunities that have always been waiting for us on the other side. As we get more efficient with this process, we enable ourselves to see the positive side in even the toughest of situations.


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We, people, have a lot of challenges in life but we strongly facing it. Some of them afraid to face it or maybe lack of confidence as well as the non-educated, they don’t have confidence that’s why many people involve in different crimes. Snatchers, scammers, drug sellers, etc. are the people who desperately to have money just to support their families. But let me say this that whatever struggling you are facing right now, is just a perfect example on how you can overcome of your problems. We might experience the poverty of life but it doesn’t mean that it is the end of your life. There are always a ways to find, just go with flow and always think positive. Do not just wait for the destiny because destiny only happens when you are working hard for it.

Many people says that how you can overcome challenges in life. Let me share this to you,  according to the psychologists, there are “5 WAYS TO OVERCOME CHALLENGES”.. By the way, I am not saying that you should ONLY follow what is written here. It’s just an idea or an opinion that may help you. It’s only shares easy ways to cope with life’s difficulties.



The biggest barrier to achieving success is often ourselves and those around us. How often have you thought about doing something challenging and find yourself saying: ‘I’ll never be able to achieve that!’ More often, in my experience, it is the lack of support from those closest to you, your family and friends, who play the critical role in halting a challenge before it has even begun. ‘There’s no way you can do that’ is a classic response to the presentation of a potential challenge to friends and family that leads to the first and most important risk to your challenge.

Overcoming this first barrier and identifying your challenge is the first step on your road to success. Make sure the challenge is important to you, that you have the time to commit to the planning, preparation and delivery of the challenge, and that you have the resources to deliver success (money, equipment etc). Having established your challenge, then you should go public and let family, friends and colleagues know what you are aiming to achieve – a challenge shared is a challenge halved!


Major challenges can often appear non-achievable when viewed as a whole. The key to delivering success is to dissect the challenge into a number of smaller steps which together lead to the delivery of your challenge. Each small step can be viewed as a short-term goal. Combining a number of short-term goals leads to the delivery of a medium-term goal, and combining medium-term goals leads to the completion of your journey, the delivery of your long-term goal (your challenge) and success.

Goal-setting is relatively simple if you follow a few simple rules. A goal should be challenging but achievable – it is important that you establish your goals at the beginning and make sure they are outside your comfort zone; don’t set your sights low. In addition, make sure that the goal is measurable so you can monitor your progress on a regular basis. And most importantly, celebrate success. When you achieve a goal, make sure to smell the roses!


Most of the challenges we take on appear entirely physical in nature – losing weight, running a marathon, developing a beach body – but the brain is central to the delivery of success whatever the challenge. It is rarely our physical selves that stop us from achieving a major challenge. More often it is our loss of belief, commitment and motivation that leads to failure. This psychological trio works together in harmony to keep you on the road to success.

Believing you can achieve your goal provides the foundations in overcoming your challenge. With belief comes a commitment to investing the time, effort and resources to make sure you continue to deliver your short-term goals, and repeated success in delivering your goals increases your motivation which, in turn, increases your belief in your abilities to deliver your long-term goal.

Making sure you pay attention to your brain performance throughout your challenge will optimize your chances of delivering your physical goals.


Achieving a major goal is rarely simply about delivering on a single determinant of performance. The road to a successful challenge requires the optimization of a range of performance variables simultaneously. For example, achieving a better physique is not simply about doing more sit-ups! You must improve your diet, increase your strength and endurance training, optimize your sleep and recovery etc. So, having committed to the challenge, you must construct a plan to optimize each of the areas required to deliver success.

In addition to those determinants required to deliver success, there will also be risks that negatively impact on performance. For example, if your goal is to stop smoking, a common risk comes from friends who do not share your enthusiasm and continually offer you cigarettes. Making sure you have a plan to address any risks when they arise is vital. The more detailed the plan, the greater your chances of success. If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail! Do not leave anything to chance; success is not a chance event.


Making a contract with yourself to deliver success is particularly valuable when you are struggling with belief, commitment and/or motivation. By formalizing an arrangement detailing your goal and when you will deliver it, you are much more likely to be successful. This may seem a slightly bizarre approach, but the more formal the contract, the greater the chances of delivering on your commitment to it.

Your contract raises the selective importance of your goal and provides the necessary motivation to persist with the appropriate amount of work until you have delivered success. Asking a third party, someone close to you, to witness the contract will raise the importance of the contract and the responsibility on you to deliver success. Having made a contract place in a public place, like the fridge. This will increase the importance of your commitment to the contract and raise the profile of the reward once you deliver success. Here is an example of a personal contract for weight-management that you could adapt for your own challenge.

I, the undersigned, do hereby promise that I will not drink alcohol on a weekday evening and I will limit my consumption to 12 units of alcohol at the weekends.





That’s all for today. Thanks for reading. I hope it will may help you whenever you have a challenges come into your life. HAVE A NICE DAY 🙂