life experiences

  • The real hardship of your life experiences often start soon after reaching adulthood – It’s then that you realize that nothing comes as easy as it did when you were younger.
  • You’re never really alone in the world. No matter where you are, sooner or later, you’ll make new friends.
  • Everything in life comes with a cost. You either pay with money, time or emotion. So be sure to invest it wisely.
  • You can’t really blame everything on one person – Become accountable. It takes 2 people to connect, and 2 to separate.
  • Building a reputation is hard to build, but easy to destroy.

  • Never rely on anyone to make you feel wanted. Some will like you, only to dislike you in the future and vice versa. But the only person that can ever like you 100% is yourself.
  • If you really want to know who truly cares for you. Look to see if they’re around when you’re in times of need.
  • The people who care for you the most are often the ones who are least obvious to you.
  • Always expect the unexpected – Life is never predictable. So make each day count.
  • The things we often desire are seldom things we really want. The truth is, it’s the small things in life that make us happy.
  • Never believe everything you see, hear or read. The best knowledge is the one you experience.
  • Your closest friends aren’t necessarily the ones you grew up with.
  • The best investment of time you can ever make is the time you invest in yourself. If you’re still in the same place a year from now, then you’re doing something wrong.
  • Never take your parents for granted. They might not make sense to you now or seem like they don’t understand you. But they know more about you than you can imagine.
  • Age is never an indicator for experience. Some of the wisest people i’ve met were often younger than me.
  • It’s not how long you’ve been practicing a skill, but how often.
  • You can have all the knowledge in the world and trick yourself into believing it. But you’ll never fully understand it until you’ve applied and experienced it.
  • There’s no such thing as real security. There will always be highs and lows in life. What really matters is how you deal with it when it happens.
  • There’s no such thing as problems, only challenges.
  • Life is meant to be hard. It’s an indicator to become better – The better you are, the easier life gets.
  • The more you know about something, the more you begin to realize that you don’t know. There will always be a higher level of understanding.
  • The best way to measure growth will always be through a book. If you think you truly understood it. Take it off the shelf a year later and read it again.
  • The best way to truly appreciate and value yourself is to realize that there is no one else in the world who is quite like you.
  • If you want a lesson in adversity and perseverance. Start and maintain a new skill for 6 months.
  • Traveling will often tarnish any negative assumptions you’ll have of a country. If you want to truly see the beauty of our planet. See it with your own eyes.
  • Our eyes deceive us and often show us what we believe to be true. So if you want to change your reality, change your beliefs.
  • You can’t expect others to treat you in the way that you want if you don’t first learn to treat yourself in the same way – Learn to love yourself.
  • The best things in life are free and often taken for granted. Always be thankful for what you have.

Onder Hassan
Onder Hassan

Onder is the founder of Dawn of Change. He spends most of his time in the discovery of his own potential, building his self-confidence and using his experiences to share and teach others how to do the same.