#A diamond is chunk of coal that did well under pressure .

  • #Background storyline.
  • In the journey of my life only one time period which I most adore is my struggling time, which I encountered after finishing of my engineering coz, I was unemployed since I was preparing for public sector exams and it took almost 3 years to achieve, and I became debt to my typical middle class family, where literally we were financially unstable. I might have achieved some sort of success if I would have known my family problems while I pursuing my graduations,since my parents never revealed of financial problems and since I done my schooling and college distance away from them It never happened to understand there problems, hence I developed attitude of flaunting, and a sort of attitude of affluent with craze of brands just for show offs in fact I just wanted look cool by living lavishly.
  • # Consequences:
  • I just paid all the due for not realising purpose of my very life in early days, I just broke up I was literally became an asshole, but the journey of being unemployed for 3 years really made me so tough and stubborn, that I learnt each and every life lessons for life time such as products of dedication, discipline,time sense,well focused thoughts,perception and intelligence and ultimately directed efforts made me to aspire my dream, and value of money really brought me out off from smoking pot and really made me a better version of myself only one thing I would like to conclude here is embrace the tough times and learn as much as u can and they come to pass on and just to teach us a lesson for lifetime.i really thankfull for those difficult days which have shown me exactly who i dont want to be and one thing became damn sure is that is not waste of time if you learned something.

10 thoughts on “#A diamond is chunk of coal that did well under pressure .”

  1. Your sufferings have made you more determined and strong. You let the spark inside you develop into a full fire. Now when you look back, you cherish the lessons learned, and you feel gratitude. Cheers!

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  2. Yeah…if I look back at my own journey….the best was the period when I was literally dead….and to bounce back with double the energy ….and the perseverance…Oh god I remember everything there…that was the best part of my life….

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  3. Reblogged this on The Champion and commented:
    Thanks for the follow.
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    “Together, one mind, one life (one small step at a time), let’s see how many people (and lives) we can encourage, impact, empower, enrich, uplift and perhaps even inspire to reach their fullest potentials.”
    PS Best wishes from the First City to see the light

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