Friday, 23 March 2012

We are what we do.
Aristotle (384-322 B.B.), a Greek philosopher and a scientist, said “We are what we repeatedly do” which means what we repeatedly do will be the appearance of ourselves in the future.
A person who apologises everyday will be living with apology and, a person who complains against the world is going to live against everything forever. Therefore we should continuously ask ourselves to what we want to be, find what we need, and live faithfully for our goals every day.

Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) also said “The future depends on what we do in the present”. This proverb is sometimes applied by politic purposes, but the quote is the truth of life, because the future is surely an abbreviation of behaviour what we are doing.
I think humans are making their own appearance by themselves. The appearance of the future will be come from the present, so if we do our best, the future will be what we want to be.
Now I want to ask you something. What is your plan after reading this post?

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