No State of Mind is Permanent

Courtney Angelo wanted to know “What was the most important thing [others have] learned in life until this point”,  so she asked the people around her.

Most Important Things Are Not Things

In addition to “No State of Mind is Permanent“, here are a couple of the responses given:

Listed at #4 is Leah’s (age 24) answer
We have the individual power to overcome hardships. And that even though people are difference and come from different parts of the world, we are truly all as significant as another and we need to respect and embrace diversity more than we do.”

Sarah (age 11) is #10 on the list of 16, advising
Follow the rules and treat others the way you want to be treated.

Maggie, 38 responded with some sage advice
Don’t talk about friends with other friends. If they are doing it with you, they will do it to you.

From individuals aged 10 to 78, there are personal lessons about their most important thing learned – you’re certain to find one where you can personally relate

#16 is one I live by.

 

 

 

source: Courtney Angelo at Thought Catalog

image source (CC BY 2.0): koka_sexton on Flickr

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