When I was young, life used to be simple.
Right means right. Wrong means wrong.
People around told me that you should study hard. Work hard. Be honest, kind and good.
And I believed in it.
But as I grew older. Suddenly, what is right and what is wrong, the line between them became blurred.
And you start to realize that whatever advice people told you when you were young. They don’t even believe it.
And there are three kinds of advice in this world
The first one, given with bad intentions, meant for their own self interest and doesn’t help you.
The second one, given with good intentions, but without understanding your situation, doesn’t help you.
The third one, given with good intentions, and is applicable to you, and ultimately brings you closer to your goals.
The issue we face is that sometimes we can’t differentiate them. Do you agree?