Biggest and most important lessons for you?


The return shall be legenday!
Everyone here as seen and learned a lot of things since you were old enough to realize what is what in this crazy world of ours. So the question I'd like to ask everyone is the falling: Which is the most important and biggest lesson you learn so far in your life?



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To appreciate everything we have, no matter what. (because life really can take anything away from us.)

I really wish I hadn't had to have learned that lesson... But something had to happen to make me grow up, I guess. It's hard to learn that lesson unless you have personal experience because you just go on believing after seeing the phrase "But it won't happen to me." Do not believe that.


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Alot, and most of them were learned through, "The School of Hard Knocks" for me.

...Here's just a few lessons I've learned along the way:

Pick and choose your battles, wisely.

Have fun.

Never take anything or anyone forgranted, you never know when it or they will be taken away from you.

ALWAYS trust your gut instinct.

Let go of the past to make room for new beginnings.

Listen to your body.

Be kind to yourself and others. . .even when other's aren't so kind to you.

Quality over quantity. ;)



Love. And when you love, love uncoditonally.


Babeasaurus Sex
Forgiveness is the best revenge.

Stand up to those who put you down.

Positivity is the way forward.

Honesty isn't always the best policy

Many others aswell but these are my main ones.
For those who've posted learned lessons, do you actually utilize what you've learned? I only ask because I can throw a huge list up, but I know that although I may have learned something in life, I don't always do the right thing.

For me, the biggest lesson would be realizing that it's ok to allow myself to be loved. I am worthy.


rainbow 11!
I have learned to pick and choose my battles.

Also, I've learned that you shouldn't trust people.


still nobody's bitch
The most important lesson I have learned is to not judge other peoples' circumstances and choices.

Number one, doing so can come back to bite you in the ass, and probably will.

Number two, you have no idea what events and thought processes brought them to those circumstances and led them to make those decisions.

That said, I'm not always true to it.


The return shall be legenday!
Here's a few lessons I learned:

Impossible is nothing
The biggest, most horrible problems always have the easiest answer
Never say never
Dont beleive everything others tell you
That nothing is forever