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NISHIT KALAVADIA

Rookie (14-5-1998 / rajkot (gujarat))

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LESSONS

WHAT ARE THE LESSONS THAT WE SO DEEPLY NEED TO LEARN? ARE THEY LESSONS OF MAKING THINGS BETTER AND BRIGHT? ARE THEY LESSONS OF CHANGE MAKING THINGS RIGHT?

ARE THEY LESSONS THAT TEACH US TODAY? LESSONS OF HOPE, ARE THEY HONEST AND TRUE? THESE LESSONS ARE WHAT MAKE ME AND YOU!

THESE LESSONS WE LEARN ARE THEY HAPPY OR SAD? DO WE LOVE AND FORGIVE OR DO WE STAY MAD? THE LESSONS IN LIFE ARE FUTURE EVENTS.

LESSONS NOT HANDLED MAKE EMPTY A PLAN, A LESSON IN LIFE IS LIKE TWO BIRDS IN THE HAND. ONE LESSON TO LOVE ONE LESSON TO HATE. WHICH ONE TO CHOOSE? WHICH ONE TO MAKE.

LESSONS NOT EASY SO HARD TO DISCERN, NO BETTER ANSWER THAN THE LESSON WELL LEARNED. LEARN THE LESSONS THE PEOPLE SAY. LESSONS WELL LEARNED ARE EASY TO REPLAY.

WHEN THE LESSON IS LEARNED YOU DON’T MAKE THE SAME PLAN. YOU KNOW THE ONE THAT WAS MESSED UP, THAT BAD DEAL OF A HAND.

LESSONS IN LIFE ARE AWESOME AT BEST BECAUSE OF THE CHANGE THAT IT MAKES IN OUR HEARTS. THEY ARE LESSONS IN LIFE THAT NEVER DEPART. LEARN THE LESSONS WITH ALL YOUR HEART.


nishit

Submitted: Sunday, September 27, 2009

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