The reason I writing this post is because I have recently got something that I was hoping and praying for heavily. I worked hard for it, but there were always people in my life who said I couldn't do it, and there were always people who were trying to derail me.
There were more people saying I couldn't do it than there were trying to stop me, but I got to say there was a lot of that last one near the end of high school. There were people who tried to mess up my perfect reputation with my real friends. They looked stupid, and I was able to get past it, and use it to my advantage.
I have lost a few people in my life who I was close to. Not through their passing, but through other means. I have been called every name in the book, but I feel that all of that stuff has made me into who I am. See there is this feeling in my family, that if you say I can't do something, or you go against me, then I am going to try the times as hard to prove you wrong, and I'll usually succeed in doing so.
What I am saying is that you need to take this negative energy around you, and make it into a driving force behind whatever you do. I think that this 'hate' that you might get from people, could be the worst thing they could ever do to you and to themselves, as if you are able to do what I do, and take it and create a positive feeling for yourself, then their whole plan backfires miserably, and you come out as the victor.
You can't let these people get to you. You need to drive past it. See what is cool about this piece of wisdom, is that the other previous nine pieces all can help you get through this.
You don't think I didn't plan it all out like that. See, I have been telling you all for a while that I have a large plans for this blog!
So in closing, sometimes you need hate, to show yourself that you are human, that not everyone likes you, and that you are force to be reckoned with!
Do you agree with me on this piece of wisdom? Do you think you should embrace the haters, or forget about them?
Peace and Love,
Quotes of the Day: "Tough times never last, but tough people do." - Robert H. Schuller
"Faces that have charmed us the most escape us the soonest." - Walter Scott
"I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear." - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.