Whats the best advice you've gathered after all your years on this planet?
That no matter what happens around you, you should always accept the reality, and learn to adapt and work with whatever you have and get. Don't be stressed out if something does not work as you planned, or if something goes wrong. Always stay calm and don't let bad things get to you.
There is always something positive in a situation if you look hard enough. Also, usually in the hardest times you learn the most valuable lessons.
"Not all that shines is gold" is something my mom told me since I was a little boy, it's amazing how many things that phrase applies to in life. >_>
Dont hate yourself for your mistakes. Everyone does cringeworthy stuff at some point in their lives. Hating yourself just makes you miserable and less likely to actually try. Learn from them, grow and move on.
Also, dont buy crack from the guy behind the Denny's. Get it from the guy behind the iHop
①Don't open up to everyone quickly
②Learn to "get along with" people you dislike
③Take the initiative to adjust yourselves to the society instead of hoping the society adjusts itself for you
④Don't make any decisions when you are angry
⑤Criticize others with logic rather than emotions
⑥You won't be liked by everybody
⑦Don't stop improving yourself
"If you have a dream, don't wait, act. It'll be to late if you hesitate."
this may be from a video game, but it's one of the best damn piece of life advice i have ever heard.
still look back on it to this day.
something from me though,
if you have a chance to make friends, a chance to be part of something, take that chance.
you'll regret not taking that chance later in life when someone isnt there for you.
Don’t think about the past too much and try not thinking about the future tio