I is for Intelligence and Insecurities

I is for Intelligence and Insecurities

I is for Intelligence and Insecurities

I is for two things that seems to come hand in hand into anyone– intelligence and insecurities. Intelligence that has a social construct that it is based on the standards that society itself dictates. Insecurities that is a by product of this construct, of this standard. 

I am never against school, I am against standards about intelligence. It has nothing to do with the name of the school you attended, or your grades– it has something to do with what you want. When you find that certain calling, you don’t need the pressure of a parent or a teacher to get you going. You would gladly take your own lazy butt away from bed and start doing that thing that you love to do. And in one way or another, you’ll become that fish that will gladly swim in the water of happiness than climb impossible tree.

Yes, impossibility do exist. It has something to do with our nature, your natural limits. And looking at the other side, innate within you are your natural gifts. And if you find them, you’ll gladly see that your insecurities are some what a set of illusions that you inflict unto yourself.

We were created equal because every single one of us is unique. What might be difficult to you might be easier for someone else, that’s reality and that’s life. And in one way or another, what might be impossible for him/her might be a piece of cake for you. It’s not injustice, inequality — that’s life.

Don’t fool yourself about climbing when you’re destined to swim through success. Find your calling. Find your passion and love it.

Have a blast everyone! I’ll be trying to cope with the A to Z challenge!

I is for Intelligence and Insecurities

I is for Intelligence and Insecurities

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8 Comments

  1. I am lucky! I found my passion… poetry! And writing.

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    • It’s nice to know that Liz. :) Thank you for stopping by.

      Cheers,
      Gee

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    • Indeed! You are very lucky my dear for finding the path that you do love.

      Cheers,
      Gee

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  2. Very true! The world would be a dull and impractical place if we were all the same. We need people to love every calling enough to become an expert at it. Pointless to have a world of doctors, yet nobody with the skills to grow your food :)

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    • Thanks for that wonderful thought!!! That is indeed very true! :) Thanks for dropping by.

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  3. Too true! I see that quote everywhere but it still holds meaning :) Good luck with the challenge, found ya from the <100 list on A to Z.

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