1) It’s okay to ask for help
the hardest lessons to learn and accept in life is the fact that it’s okay to
admit the need for help. This is hard for most people because it involves
admitting weakness and allowing yourself to be vulnerable. It also involves
admitting someone is better than you or understands something you don’t.
completely acceptable and oftentimes necessary to admit that you need and
accept help. There is no shame in ignorance (not knowing), but nothing but
shame in stupidity (refusing to learn). Asking for help can encompass a number
of things ranging from emotional distress to resolving a problem or mistake to
help learning something new.
you ask for help and how you ask it will depend on the type of assistance you
require, but never be ashamed to ask.
2) All things will eventually pass
lesson is one of the hardest to learn and most difficult to realize when you
need it. When something tragic or devastating happens, it can be hard to notice
and admit that there will be an end to the tribulation, but we assure you, it
will eventually come to an end. This lesson is incredibly challenging to learn,
but, once you do, it will make your life dealing with difficult times eons
3) Do what you love
is far too short to waste your precious time doing things you don’t care about
or enjoy doing. Many people learn this lesson too late in life and spend the
majority of their life in misery. This lesson carries over into your personal
life as well. Invest in your happiness and yourself; do things you want to do
and get the most out of your life.
4) It’s okay to be wrong
the most difficult lessons to learn is that of admitting your faults and errors
and accepting your ignorance, but it’s one of the most crucial lessons in life.
It’s hard for a lot of people to accept, but it’s okay to be wrong; it’s how we
and accepting when you’re wrong, mess up, or simply don’t know allows you to
learn from the experience and prevent the error in the future. No one is
perfect, and no one knows everything; ignorance and error are how we learn in
life and grow and develop as people.
5) True happiness isn’t effortless
things in life worth having and experience, take work and effort to achieve and
happiness is no exception. In childhood, it’s common to think achieving
happiness is as easy as buying something you have wanted or going to a place
you have wanted to go. But, as you get older, you have to learn the hard lesson
that happiness takes effort and work to have and, most importantly, to keep.
have to take care of yourself both mentally and physically, work to achieve
your goals and dreams, and work to maintain relationships that matter. There
are a lot of variances that factor into a person’s overall happiness and they
vary slightly from person to person, as well. The one thing that remains true
across the board is that achieving that happiness won’t be effortless and that
makes it all the more worth it.
lessons are rarely easy to handle but they’re necessary for growth. While you
will never stop growing and learning life lessons, we’ve compiled a list of the
top five lessons we find most universal and important for development and
of these lessons take experience to learn and, more often than not, failure. It
can be difficult to power through the hardship and take away the valuable
lesson, but you’ll be a better person later in life for doing it.