Seema Chowdhury

Live Your Best - Poem by Seema Chowdhury

Life is made up of exciting events, uncountable opportunities and a long road of hope and optimism. So, always move on, think ahead and understand the reality of your dreams. Have a passion for your work. You should Stop self-doubting and second-guessing your actions and decisions. You should Stop procrastinating and be delaying your every move. We all take difficult decisions in life; just be prepared and do them.

Work hard, share your knowledge, learn and grow, spread your wings and learn to fly. Bring the light of hope and positive vibes in your and other people's lives. Never miss an opportunity to improve your skills and knowledge. Find ways to learn more and accomplish more in less time.

Be strong, learn to face life and accept failures. Choose to be courageous and learn from failures and mistakes. Lead a purposeful life and see what motivates and improves you. Do meaningful things and challenge you to be better than yesterday.

Always be mindful of your duties and responsibilities. Create peace, harmony and serenity in your life. Dream big and pursue your goals. Be creative and innovative. Above all, just be a better version of yourself and live your best!

Good Luck!

Seema Chowdhury
May 25,2018

Topic(s) of this poem: inspirational

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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