November 7, 2020 6:08am CST
One day, I writted some words for the future me, for whom I would be. I used to take the others advises, especially my parents. Now I'm mature enough to avice myself. So I'de like to share some of what I written with you dear Lotters: Never chase hardly after something. What's yours is already yours, it will certainly find its way to you. Be patient!
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• Pakanbaru, Indonesia
True. One of my friends tried so hard to have kids for years. Went to doctor, drank herbs, did therapy, but the result is nothing. So she stopped doing those and just enjoyed her life. Less than 2 years later, her baby boy born.
Of course. What's yours is yours. No point chasing it. If it want to stay, it will. We don't need to force it. I still have 'Never give up No Matter What', which is written years ago on my desk. I put it in a frame. It's my self reminder.
• United Kingdom
My traveling to different countries made me into a more patient person. As a child I had a yearn to travel the world on trips. My mother said how are you going to do that. We went on vacations in Devon and Norfolk. I heard foreign people taking and it delighted me. As a teenager I was able to visit France on day trips. I asked my mother if we could book a last minute trip to a country further away. She booked me and her a week in Greece. We went in June 1987 and it was really hot. The island looked stunning and its white houses led down to a blue harbor. The beach had jellyfish so that was amazing. When I was 17 years old I went to the Netherlands with a friend. I wished to find a way to travel for a longer time. So I found a job in Finland. I told myself with my earnings I could travel all round Europe. I finally made it to Morocco in 2015.