For anyone who need to be get over pains and traumas of past, firstly one has to conquer their worst fears, cultivate courage and dare to expose oneself to opportunities that life offers each day. Most of us have a story of our own from the past that has changed our perception towards life. Memories of childhood and experiences of growing ages might have played a key role in evolving our present self. I have noticed that some people considers life experiences as stepping stones to successful future and some others considers themselves as victims of circumstances and fetters on the mental attitude of failure and depression.
I read an article on Susan Boyle, the Scottish singer who rose to fame through Britian’s Got Talent show 2009. With her dazzling performance at the event Susan amazed a crowd of millions on her first stage appearance. She had brought an insight to many that ‘Never to judge a book by its cover’. As the Bible Verses reminds:
“Do not look at his appearance or at his physical stature, because I have refused him [referring to Saul]. For the LORD does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart.” (1 Samuel 16:7).
In an interview with the Daily Mirror, she revealed that in her earlier days, she was bullied at school and beaten by teachers.............. (Read full article)