What the Alphabet Has Taught Me in Life

Back during our childhood days, we were taught to learn the ABC – recognize, write, and pronounce each letter. However, more than learning it we eventually learned to come up with words, phrases, sentences and paragraphs. I feel the deeper meaning in every letter that comprise the English alphabet. We now share thoughts, exchange ideas and totally learn from it. Below are some of things that the alphabet has taught me in life.

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A – Award yourself once in awhile. I promise, you need it.

B – Big dreams keep working on it; be that someone you wish to be.

C– Create your life.

D – Deliver all the things that you do perfectly.

E – Eagerness will take you to the place where you want to be.

F – Friends to keep. Surround yourself with people that bring out the best in you.

G – Go out and explore. There are so many things to appreciate about life.

H – Happiness is the only feeling that makes your world extraordinary.

I – Initiate goodness.

J – Joy is the best feeling in the world. Anyone can afford it.

K – Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. The really good ones make you feel that you can become great.

L – Live high. Live mighty. Live righteously.

M – Make the best of everything.

N – Now or never.

O – Oh life, what a great gift.

P – Positivism. It causes you no harm.

Q – Qualify and never quantify what you give.

R – Reset. If thing’s won’t work; give it another try.

S – Smile. Give a smile; it is the most priceless one.

T – Touch others’ lives.

U – Under the rain, it brings back so many good memories. So appreciate, what nature gives you for free.

V – Victory should always be your goal.

W – When life fails you, it is never the end of it. Pick yourself up and continue walking your journey.

X – Xtra. Do things xtra special. 😉

Y – YOLO. You only live once.

Z – Zoom in and never zoom out.

“Each letter of the alphabet is a steadfast loyal soldier in a great army of words, sentences, paragraphs, and stories. One letter falls, and the entire language falters.” ― Vera NazarianThe Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

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2 comments

  1. finyapol · August 26, 2013

    Love this! 🙂

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