Everyone has their own ways.
We can’t say this is right, that is wrong.
We simply can’t judge it that way.
Slow, it’s not determine that it’s wrong. Fast doesn’t necessary means right either.
Everything has its guideline.
How a person achieve it, it’s their own choices.
And we have no right to force them do it with our ways.
We can’t compare what others do with our own standard.
Not everyone has the same level.
It’s simply the beauty in the differences.
Let them do whatever they want. Respect. Just expect nothing but the best.
At the end, the thing they achieved that what’s matter the most far beyond anything else.
Our response to discouragement holds the key to our future.
I’ve noted two types of people in the world: splatters and bouncers. When splatters hit the bottom they land with a thud and stick like glue. No matter what you try to say and do, there’s no use trying to pick up a splatter who has fallen flat. Bouncers on the other hand, pull themselves together and rebound after hitting the bottom. Give them a little bit of encouragement, and they will ride it back up to the top.
Everyone who falters has a choice: are you going to get up or give up? The difference between the splatters and bouncers lies in their attitude. Splatters bemoan their fate and blame others for their problems. Bouncers learn from their failures and find supporters to help them recover.