Staying on the Right Track Despite the Circumstances

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@Teep11 (7147)
United States
May 11, 2017 7:16pm CST
It's important to stay on the right track. To avoid getting off course. To continue to put in the effort to progress. The travel may not be an easy one. There will be a lot of adversity for sure. No troubles will fade and there will be more movement. There has to be determination in order to continue to make the necessary moves in order "to live a better more fulfilling life." Not everyone will be pleased about the progress or movements but the opinions shouldn't matter. Living our own lives is best. The dictators will try to control the moves but every person has a right to make their own decisions. What's best is making our own "decisions." Not being brainwashed by others. Not following what others say because we're so concerned about what they're saying. Not every person is able to offer the correct advice. Some can be used while others can be heard and left with the persons. There will be criticism when it comes to individuals trying to live their lives. Some feel the need to control others. They're wanting to dictate every aspect of a person's life. Control freaks that's what they're called. Looking for any reason to prevent a move. There will be roadblocks and all sorts of mishaps may occur. At the end of the day the decision is up to the person who is on the pathway. "Don't do Because People are Saying so. Just do What's Best and Keep on Living." By: Tanikka Paulk
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@Hatley (164484)
• Garden Grove, California
12 May 17
very good advice thanks for sharing it tooas it offers a lot of encouragement and hope too
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@just4him (127271)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
12 May 17
So true. I've never followed the crowd. I've always made my own decisions.
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12 May 17
To infinite and beyond.
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• Rochester, New York
12 May 17
I am a follower in some ways, but most of the time I go my own way and stray from the crowd and do my own thing.