The Journey Of Life

There are three dynamics to missing the aimed destination. The first dynamic is to miss the aimed destination, and then reroute to get back on track. The second dynamic is to miss the aimed destination and make a u-turn to get back on track. The last dynamic is to miss the aimed destination and never get it right again until one gives up and goes entirely another way. You may be lucky to find the new route profitable. Hmmm, the journey of life! 

However,there are things to take note of, each dynamic will have different details and properties. Also, the travails of each road stays in one’s memory. I guess the best way out of all this is to be guided not to miss the aimed destination in life. The confusion, commotion, devastation, and aggression that follow after missing the aimed destination can result in wounds that never heal. The damage to a car involved in a bad accident can sometimes be unrepairable. For real! 

Let’s do what it takes to get things right the first time; that can save us from all the trouble of missing the intended destination. Especially, avoiding the route that ends at giving up, because it destroys the willpower in us. Get fully prepared before embarking on a journey and DON’T start what you CANNOT finish. 

Always get Realwithkem

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159 responses to “The Journey Of Life”

  1. Your write up ma always give me the chills.. I love this part u said and I quote; avoiding the routes that ends at giving up because it destroys the will power in us.

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