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My Journey Through 2018 By Leshi

My Journey Through 2018 By Leshi

2018 was evidently my year of transformation.

A lot was discovered, overcame, experienced and most of all learned. Sometimes I sit down and look at where I was a year ago, I’m left with no choice but to be amazed, really a lot has changed both positively and negatively and I’m thankful for both pattern of change because I learned my lesson in diverse ways.

2018 taught me to love more and hate less, to listen more and judge less. It taught me to keep a positive mind even in hardships. It was really hard, but it was worth it.

It thought me how to reason extensively.

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It thought me to move on with life even at hard times.

2018 taught me to be willing to work alone because many who started with you won’t finish with you.

I learned to say “no” sometimes too.

2018 brought me some of the loveliest people I have in my life. Sometimes, it’s not about the journey or the destination but about the people you meet along the way. These individuals are inspiring, loving, motivating, guiding and most of all true leaders. It’s the people who touch our lives for the shortest time that are the hardest to forget.
If you have someone in your life who makes your smile bigger and your laugh a little louder then you have a really good life, hold onto them.

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If you have never tasted a bad apple, you wouldn’t appreciate a good apple. You have to experience life to understand life. I appreciate these few individuals for giving me the extra push I need in 2018.

I really thank 2018 because being on top of the world doesn’t mean anything unless you know what it is like to be at the bottom.

Really, sometimes a walk down memory lane is all it takes to appreciate where you are today.

God has been great and Men have been awesome.

Thank you 2018.

Written By: Leshi mercy Omobolarinwa

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