A human being is born with the unique gift of making his own choice in this life. God gave each of us a body and mind to do whatever we want whether it is right or not. Perhaps, what we must do is written in the Bible and what we mustn't do is written in the Code of laws: the rest is left to our choice. And each of us can build his own ten rules of life to make his existence not only pleasant and enjoyable but also meaningful.
What concerns my ten rules for leading a worthy positive life, they are as follows:
1. My first life rule is being comfortable in your own skin. Every man is born with a flaw and the sooner you understand and accept that fact the better. The discomfort you feel concerning your body, your living conditions or background kills your self-esteem and confidence. Therefore, it is greatly essential to love and respect yourself just the way you are!
2. My second life rule is appreciating what God gave you and trying to improve it yourself. Doubtless, the grass seems greener on the other side, yet it is actually the same for all people. All that is left to you is self-developing and striving to create a better life with your own efforts.
3. Seeing the positive in everything greatly facilitates life. You can feel angry, annoyed, sad or stressed about a certain unfavorable situation, or you can see the positive thing in it and face it with your head high.
4. Dropping the resentment within you is a difficult yet important rule of a positive life. The anger you keep inside won't change the past, hence, everyone should learn to let it go. Only this way you can go one with your heart and soul in peace.
5. My fifth rule of living a clear life is letting go the need of control. Things in life don't always go the way you plan or expect. And the desire to control everything and everyone will not only make you feel tensed but also drive away the people you love.
6. Making mistakes is natural and acquiring them as lessons helps to live further without being too hard on yourself. This life rule teaches us to learn lessons from our mistakes not to repeat them later.
7. My seventh rule of life may seem too carefree for some, yet it works well on me! Live at the moment and focus on what is happening around you. Learn to appreciate every day and every minute you are blessed with.
8. Stop overanalyzing everything around you. By complaining about your career, finances or relationships with people, you won't change everything for the better.
A human being is born with the unique gift of making his own choice in this life. God gave each of us a body and mind to do whatever we want whether it is right or not. Perhaps, what we must do is written in the Bible and what we mustn't do is written in the Code of laws: the rest is left to our choice.