Yes, you have a talent and a purpose in your life. It is inborn and no one can steal it from you. By the way, do you know the importance of talents and proper management of time? Without these two, a person's life might lack direction. Your talent and the way you manage your time greatly determines the kind of life you lead. Frankly, you have a purpose and if you're saying no, then it is still lying idle inside you.

Does Any of the Following Sentences Describe You?

1.) I can't do it since I have no talent. I don't know what I do best.

2.) My friends and colleagues have a nickname, a name that describes my physical appearance. I hate who I'm.

3.) I will not participate in that discussion. I have no self-confident.

4.) People are saying that I'm not able to do it. So, I'm not going to do it.

5.) I fear doing it now. Oh, not today but tomorrow.

If you find that these statements are pointing at you, then it is time that you should get serious about fixing them. They're hampering your growth. Let me tell you two true stories about two people who are positive.

The first story is about a lady whom I came across while I was twelve years old. She came to my hometown's museum to do some exhibition. She was handicapped (she had no both legs and hands). But she could use her mouth to draw and paint wonderful pictures. The pictures she draws and paints are awesome and one couldn't imagine that she is the one drawing and painting them. I was really amazed seeing her drawing and painting pictures using her mouth.

The second true story comes from a documentary that I watched on the television. It was about a teenage boy who could type and browse on his computer just like any other person. He had no fingers on both hands but he could type quickly and perform other normal tasks.

So, from these two stories, they bring light to you that living a positive life begins with you. Our disabilities or weaknesses should not be an excuse. It is upon you to make a decision to live positively or to keep on complaining about your situation and doing nothing about it.

Don't be fond of repeating negative statements about yourself. If you keep on telling yourself unkind words, they'll take control of you and destroy your self-esteem. They'll influence your mind and this will transform and reflect who you're. God created you with a purpose. It is only that you have not drawn your purpose from your mind. The Holy Bible says in the book of Proverbs 20:5, "The purposes in the human mind are like deep water, but the intelligent will draw them out."

A positive attitude leads you to happiness and success. Keep repeating these words, "I can do it. Yes, I can do it now and not any other day." Never doubt this; you have a purpose in your life. If you have already drawn it from your mind, then let your hands work on it with your might while keeping in mind that there is no work to be done in the grave where humans go.

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