8 Uncomfortable Truths we all need to accept
We all admire truth because it us sets you free, but when it becomes uncomfortable, most people reject it.
But we only grow when we are uncomfortable because what makes us uncomfortable changes us. We grow and improve through changes.
We grow when we learn to accept the truth, no matter how uncomfortable and harsh it is.
8 Uncomfortable truths we all need to accept
1. Some people will never love you regardless of what you do.
No matter how much effort you put in, some people will never love you. The same is applied to those who will always love you regardless of what you do.
No matter how bad your habits are, how bad you look, and how bad your grades are, some will always love you.
It’s one of the truths that will save you a ton of time. You have to know who are the people who will love you regardless of what you do.
Those who accept your imperfection and who you are. These are the people you have to dedicate your effort to trying to improve the bond you have.
If you lose these people, be sure you will never meet people like them again.
Stop putting much effort into trying to impress those who will never love you. That’s the uncomfortable truth you have to accept.
2. Every single person you love will die, or you die first.
You have to always remember that you have a limited time on earth. This truth is uncomfortable, but it will make you focus on what’s important.
I accepted this truth and started focusing on:
- My goals
- My happiness
- My future
- My plans
- The important people in my life
- Paying back the people who helped me
- Improving myself
Ever since then, my life quality has improved and I started having peace. I accepted myself as I’m and that has had a major effect on my happiness.
Apart from that there are things that I stopped giving my attention to, they are:
- What people think about me
- Pleasing others
- Listening to those with negative mindsets (they will make your life miserable)
- Others people problems
This choice has improved my life and is still improving it. Giving my attention to what’s worth it is one of my greatest decisions.
One of my priorities is achieving my goals and becoming successful in what I’m passionate about.
3. It does not matter how much you learn, you will never feel ready.
If you are waiting to become a professional first and then start a new project, just know you will never feel ready.
There will always be new problems and new things to learn. You have to start first, then learn through the process.
If you want to start a YouTube channel, be sure that there will be no time when you will feel ready. There will be new videos trending and YouTubers analyzing these videos.
If you have the basic things you need to start, start now.
4. Most problems are avoidable with long-term thinking.
Long-term thinking is important when you are working on a goal that takes time.
You will face minor failures which will change how you think. But if you look years or months into the future, you will realize that these failures are just part of the process.
This will save you from making decisions based on your emotions that will cause a big problem.
To avoid most of the problems related to your goals and life, think long-term thinking.
5. It’s not the lack of talent; it’s the fear of making sacrifices.
One of the hardest things in the world is starting. To start working on a goal or project is feared by most people.
You subconsciously fear sacrificing a lot of things to get where you want to go.
If you don’t overcome this fear, you will continue to give yourself excuses as to why you can’t start.
If you think you need the talent to start, just know that hard work beats talent.
Many successful people in this world admit they aren’t talented, but they became successful because of hard work and determination.
These were the sacrifices they had to make.
6. Most people start appreciating life after a near-death experience.
This is the truth that you will observe once or twice in your lifetime.
People rarely appreciate things, until it becomes a memory because the absence creates a space that makes them miss what’s gone.
The same thing happens when people are in their last days. If you want to observe this truth, go to a hospital and see how people appreciate their lives. Appreciate your life at any age.
7. The people you attract or repel reflect your vibe.
If you don’t know who you are, see what you are interested in and the vibes you like.
Who you attract can tell you more about your inner desires and wishes, but who you repel says everything about you.
8. School was never meant to teach us independent thinking.
The school doesn’t teach you how to think independently. It teaches you how to think dependently. This way of thinking doesn’t help in life.
You find a lot of school-smart people who aren’t successful in life, though they are really smart.
This is because they think as the school taught them to think.
Uncomfortable truths in life aren’t meant to be accepted, not rejected.
Here are the 8 uncomfortable truths we all need to accept:
- Some people will never love you regardless of what you do.
- Every single person you love will die, or you die first.
- It does not matter how much you learn; you will never feel ready.
- Most problems are avoidable with long-term thinking.
- It’s not the lack of talent; it’s the fear of making sacrifices.
- Most people start appreciating life after a near-death experience.
- The people you attract or repel reflect your vibe.
- The school was never meant to teach us independent thinking.