I never made it. I quit a lot.
I always failed at a lot of things in my short life so far and I never made it.
I never had a gold medal in any sport I participated in. Only silvers and bronzes. I never made it to be a professional football player, my childhood’s passion.
I never made it as a top student in my entire school life. I did try but never made it. I never became the best, an expert, or the most special one or whatever in any field or interest.
I quit a lot. I changed a lot. I lost interest quickly. I was always the “normal” one, the naughty, the unsuccessful one.
I failed at every relationship I have had. Miserably.
I never made it to be a good son that my parents have expected me to be.
I never made it to be a millionaire even when I had all the opportunities.
I never made it to master an instrument, to maintain a long-term habits.
But my life is great. Because I gave it all when I got the chance. And I find meanings in all the things I do.
A chapter must ends before a new one comes. Even when a chapter never makes it to be a full book, there are always stories, lessons, tears, emotions, happiness, ups and downs in each of them.
If you truly gives all you have each moment you got without expecting anything, trust me, wonderful things are waiting for you.
But if worries clog your mind, if the past and future pulls you away from this moment of life, then it will not matter if you make it or not in the future, because you are already losing it this moment.
This wonderful life we got are full of uncertainties, of the unknown, but everything will make sense in the end if you give everything you have and focus on happiness.
Hear me again one more time. When you, your body, your mind, your soul is filled with happiness, love, and strength, nothing can bring you down. Nothing.
Let your life be the greatest book ever. You decide what is in it, no one else. Let your life be the greatest one ever.