The Stories Of Positivity

The Race of Life, Do We Actually Win?
Today as i lounge in the study room with my JuiceBerry blanket wrapped around and coffee mug in my hand i read a story, about the race of life. It is really an inspiring story with a moral. I hope everyone applies it and stays happy, Instead of involving in petty competition.
Here is a short story about the Race of life.

While I was riding the bike, I noticed a man in front of me, about half a mile far. I noticed the man was travelling at a speed lower than me. So, I decided to overtake him. I had about a mile to go on the road before turning off.

So I started cycling faster and faster and with every block, I was gaining on him just a little bit. Just within minutes, I was about 50 m behind him, So I gather all my strength and tried hard to overtake him, and finally, I was ahead of him. It was just like the last lap of the London Olympic triathlon.

And, finally, I caught up with him and passed him by. Within, I felt like a winner, “I won”. While he had no clue that we were in a race.

After I passed him, I realized that I had been so focused on competing against him that I had missed my turn, had gone nearly six blocks past it and had to turn around and go all back.

Isn’t that what happens in life, we spend most of our time in competition with neighbours, friends, family, trying to outperform them, or trying to be in front of them. While you were never in the race with them.

We use most of our time and energy in competition and instead of reaching our destination, we miss out on our own paths to our destinies.

Moral of the story:

Unhealthy competition is a continuous process, a never-ending cycle, A race of life. No matter what you do, someone will always be ahead of you, someone with a better everything, a better job, a nicer car, wealthy, more educated, a prettier wife, a more handsome husband, good children, etc.

Feel grateful for what life has offered you, your height, weight & personality. Dress well & wear it proudly! Stay focused on your path and live a healthy life. There’s no competition in DESTINY. Run your own RACE of life and wish others WELL!

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