MICHAEL Jackson has passed, but is still remembered today as the king of pop music.
Lucky Dube is still remembered today as the king of reggae.
Mahatma Ghandi is remembered as the man who helped India gained Independence.
Nelson Mandela will always be remembered in history as the one who freed South Africa from apartheid.
On the same token, each and every one of us will have a story to tell at the end of our lives.
The question is, will it be the story you wrote for yourself or the story others wanted you to write.
Many are working in jobs they don’t like.
Many are wishing to travel the world yet blaming their jobs for holding them back.
Those who did not pass their examinations think it is the end of the world.
Remember that you have the opportunity to rewrite the upcoming chapters of your life story.
So if you have messed up in the past, it is not too late. It is not where you came from, but where you are going that really matters.
Expect criticisms. However, what others think of you is none of your business. What matters is what you think of yourself.
In the end, whether we succeed in life or not depends on our series of choices. It is really interesting to find out that most of the greatest successes in life comes from the freedom to fail.
Mark Zuckerberg dropped out of Harvard University and created Facebook.
Bill Gates dropped out of Harvard University and started Microsoft, used by computers throughout the world today making him one of the richest man in the world.
I always wonder why some of the greatest in the world dropped out of high schools and universities and still became great.
The answer lies within each of us. God blessed us with great potentials, skills, talents, and gifts.
Not all dreams soar in the classrooms. That is why each and every one of us can contribute positively to this country.
Never see failure as final. In the end, it is your life story that you yourself choose to create.
The stories that stood history are the stories of people who gave more than they could get.
So bring out the greatness in you and leave the world a better place than when you found it.