The Seasons of Life
At the end of my life, it would be a great pleasure to look back and say, “Ahh, what a life I’ve lived”. I would like to be surrounded by friends, family, children, and grandchildren.
When the time comes, I would like to know that I did whatever I could to leave this world a better place and that my family has a bright future ahead.
Of course. Who wouldn’t want that?
I guess it’s everyone’s dream to reach the end of life and have a peaceful conscience that he lived in the most beautiful way possible. After all, that’s what our life is for.
But for that, first you have to live. You have to be strong, to struggle every day and to have a path of your own to follow whatever it would be.
Having a well-established direction from the beginning in life is complicated. But in time, if you manage to figure out what’s yours, how you want to live, and how you want to be remembered, then life will smile intensely on you, even in the darkest moments.
For this I suggest you to look at life from a new perspective. Namely, as if it were the four seasons put together. By doing so, we could call them the seasons of life.
The Spring of Life (0–20 years old)
Probably the most exciting part of your life is also the first season of your life.
Childhood. That moment when you can do whatever you want without being judged or accused of anything. After all, you’re just a child or a teenager.
This is the moment when you are formed as a person. Many of the defining points of your character are developed in these first years of life.
Unfortunately, when you are a child, for the most part, you are unable to realize this. However, there is something you can do which can spice up your life from now on.
During the spring of your life, the best thing you can do is to be the most authentic version of yourself.
This can help you develop the skills you need to make a living out of your passion later in life, train you physically and mentally, and make you able to cope with life’s…