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24 Life Lessons I learned by Age 24


It's my 24th birthday today. I'm sharing to you some of the lessons I learned thus far at age 24, hoping that you may find it useful.

1. Everything that happens to you is your responsibility, whether good or bad.

2. The greatest truths in life are uncovered with simple, steady awareness.

3. Sometimes, what you are looking for is just in front of you.

4. Everything you want is just outside your comfort zone, so take risks.

5. Problems are common to all, its attitude that makes the difference.

6. Financial security is not a dream, it's a priority.

7. Most of the times, the loudest lessons are found at the most quiet corners of our lives. So seek silence.

8. You'll never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice that you have.

9. Before you can be happy with someone else, you should own your happiness first. Nothing is more attractive than someone who radiates contentment from within.

10. Appreciate even the smallest kind.

11. Say I love you.

12. Don't take life too seriously, after all, no one has come out alive. - Bugs Bunny. Always find reasons to smile.

13. Take many pictures, laugh too much and love like you've never been hurt before.

14. Your health is your life.

15. Quit worrying what other people think about you, after all, nobody's thinking about you at all. If they are thinking about you at all, they are wondering what you are

thinking about them.

16. Sometimes, we are afraid in the things that we really don't know.

17. Strive for excellence, not perfection.

18. Insanity - its doing the same again and again but expecting different results.

19. Knowledge is basically useless without action.

20. Everything that happens in life is neither good nor bad. It just depends on your perspective.

21. Having a thousand credentials on the wall will not make you a decent human being. But genuinely helping one person everyday will.

22. Nothing is permanent in this world except for changes. So roll with it.

23. Maturity has nothing to do with how many birthdays you've celebrated. It has to do with what types of experiences you've had.

24. It isn't always enough to be forgiven by others, sometimes you have to learn to forgive yourself.


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