Nothing starts easy...

@France7 (385)
Philippines
April 16, 2009 10:26am CST
Nothing starts easy;everything begins at some level of difficulty. Even waking up requires certain efforts, but one thing beautiful about life is the fact that what is most difficult is also the most rewarding...the most satisfying....what can you say?
3 responses
@chmiwdy (72)
• China
16 Apr 09
China has the saying:Everything isdifficult to do at the very beginning.Every day is beautiful!As long as you work hard every day,the face anything is easy!Believe in yourself and in life!
@France7 (385)
• Philippines
16 Apr 09
How do you do chmiwdy? What an inspiring proverb. Well it is true that doing things at first might be hard, but things become easy in the end. thanks for the response and blessings!
@nzalheart (2339)
• India
16 Apr 09
Hello! Yes, nothings starts easy. Every thing looks messed up unless you start yourself solve the things off. Unless we start our journey and journey I mean any thing, any job, we gonna be confusing at first. We need our initiation on step which is the difficult thing for us, because at this phase everything is confusing. But when you have taken the first step, then the problems starts to get solved one by one and we may not realize instantly but when we look back to where we were at the beginning we can certainly realize that. That's why the taking the first step or the beginning step is very very important. There are many people who looks the whole thing at once, get fade up at once and don't take a step at all, which is not the way to the success. And I also agree with the statement, the most difficult rewards the most. Happy mylotting....Nice post....
@France7 (385)
• Philippines
16 Apr 09
How are you nzalheart? What a unique alias you have:) anyway, thank you for the response. It is true that initiating the first steps makes one feel coward, but one it is done, it gives a wonderful feeling. blessings!:)
@maximax8 (30060)
• United Kingdom
16 Apr 09
I am a primary school teacher and I know how to teach young children how to read and write. It is easier for some than it is others. A child might find phonics a uphill struggle. A child might find pencil grip and letter formation challenging. At first he or she might read simple books that have repetitive language but as time moves on he or she will be able to read more complicated texts that are much more enjoyable. Hopefully he or she will be able to obtain a love for books and an interest in writing imaginative stories. Driving to drive hasn't been easy for me because the test seems challenging. I will pass it one day soon I hope.