“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years” – Abraham Lincoln
Life is short, Live it to the fullest. We all have heard about this famous quote.Moreover, how many of us abide to it? Well, we cannot certainly have the correct figures. Struggles, victories, and defeats are all a part of life.
Every single person on this earth is paralyzed. Am not kidding. Neither had I meant to sense it in the physical way. Fair of failure is one disease that has spread so widely across our surroundings that it seems futile to get over it ever. Amongst all the successful people, there isn’t a single person who hasn’t tasted the sourness of failure. Nevertheless, they didn’t quit. They stood up and the rest is history. Who wants a life full of monotony and despair? No one and still we hate the idea of being failed. Abraham Lincoln’s motivation in the numerous defeats and his persistent encouraging ability has been a source of motivation all over the America and the world. He came up with the most famous quote: In the end, its not the years in your life that count. It is the life in your years. This thought of his actually entails such a deep meaning that is extremely worthy enough for everyone to incorporate in their lives. Fear is that worm that eats up the cheerfulness of our life. Crying, cribbing, grieving, and repenting about the things done in past won’t give you anything. Other than a lump full of miseries. So why waste the present? There are people diagnosed with diseases that are incurable. Amongst those, a group has made themselves so vulnerable to it that they have lost the charm of their lives. On the contrary, a fraction knows that their end is near. Nonetheless, they have accepted that bitter truth so and learnt to live and make most of the life left for them. It is indeed very traumatizing to fail, to end up with something that is irrevocably saddening. Yet what makes it special is that little ray of hope that diminishes the melancholy.