No matter wherever you live, whether it’s a village or a town or a city, you can never go in every single building. Yes, I’m talking EVERY single building, like houses, shops, restaurants, markets …
I was riding on the bike behind my husband the other day and as we passed through one of the streets, I was thinking about how I’ve never been into any of those shops that lined it. I’ve never been into the small streets that web away from the main one either. And I’ve lived here for several years.
That got me considering.
Even though I’ve never visited any of those, it still doesn’t put a damper on things, does it?
I don’t really care I’ve never been inside that place.
True, there are some places I would love to go, but it’s not everything. We don’t lose the meaning of our lives if we haven’t gone into those buildings.
So why do we need to feel small and insecure about ourselves with comparison? Why do we need to bother about who’s doing whatever? Just focus on what you’re doing and where you’re going. That’s the only thing that can ever make you happy.
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“If you want justice for your ambition, you’re the only person who can do anything about it”
As sixteen year old Nikki Delaine fights an emotional battle with her father who thwarts her from following the career of her dreams, she grabs the opportunity of participating in a famous competition that opens the door to where she wants to go, without him being aware of it.
With a school nemesis to deliberately lock all the doors as well as stand as a competitor for her love interest, Nikki navigates through all the rocks hurled her way to turn her dream into reality. Will she win in her attempt and become a dancer or will she fail and lose all her loved ones in the process?