THE ABILITY TO BE INDEPENDENT IS SOMETHING THAT NOT EVERYONE

     

The ultimate ideal is to lớn use ones independence to help others– not helping people by making them dependent on you but by freeing them from their dependencies


The ability khổng lồ be independent is something that not everyone possesses. You need lớn be independent in order to lớn survive in the world. Learning to support yourself is fundamental for any success you ever hope khổng lồ achieve. At the kết thúc of the day, you only have yourself to lớn fall back on, so it is exceedingly important to be able lớn handle things on your own. It is all about being secure with who you are & what you believe in. It is extremely empowering knowing that you are in control of your own life & your own choices. It is much more beneficial to lớn listen to the voice inside yourself rather than the berating opinions of others.

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We are unable lớn be independent for a variety of reasons: with fear at the forefront, the fear of being alone, the fear of rejection and fear of the future. More often than not, we rely on others far more than it is necessary by putting the fate of happiness in the hands of a significant other, thinking this will bring fulfilment. As we grow older, we need lớn learn how khổng lồ make the best decisions that allow us lớn live our lives the way we want to. Developing into an autonomous person can be one of the most worthwhile outcomes we can strive for ourselves. We need lớn learn how to make decisions on our own.
For some reason, people think it is weird lớn go see a movie alone. You can"t talk to the person you go with anyway, so why not go by yourself? There are so many activities that can become more enjoyable by taking part in them alone. Wandering around the city you live in can clear your mind off all the clutter it has been carrying around. Learning lớn live and love one"s own company is truly worth it.
Having the ability lớn be happy regardless of being in a relationship is an amazing attribute. People continue to wallow in detrimental relationships because they are scared of being on their own. Instead, they should relish in it and spend this time focusing on making themselves better people.
Make decisions by & for yourself, whatever they may be. Don"t ask for advice, vì what you want & learn from your own mistakes. Many people are afraid khổng lồ think for themselves because that involves taking responsibility for their own lives. This is just one way people become dependent. We are born alone & we leave the world alone, so we each have to take responsibility for our lives at every step along the way. The value of independence is that it makes you a human being. Dependency requires lowering yourself to lớn a lesser animal, becoming a slave to lớn the choices of the people around you.

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When you have independence, I believe the next step is to encourage the independence of others. Think your own thoughts, live your own life, và help others to vì chưng the same. Helping someone become independent is much more difficult than just helping them. It"s far easier just lớn write a cheque or give compliments. It is much harder to lớn make that person grow. Giving aid without encouraging independence is often worse than not helping at all. When you foster dependency, you are limiting people from their potential.

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The ultimate ideal is to be independent và use that independence to help other people. Not helping people by making them dependent on you. Helping people by freeing them from their dependencies. Don"t give men fish lớn eat, teach them how khổng lồ fish. Wishing you a very fulfilling Independence Day in every possible way.
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