excellence #3/7:

excellent control

Excellent control means we have the control of choosing our own life. Excellent control also means not believing in horoscope, superstitious believes and feng-shui.


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We have to remember this, that we manufacture our own luck. Sabi nga ni Lucio Tan, "Opportunity is always there, you must only find them." Tho' meron ngang oppurtunity pero hindi ka naman prepared for that oppurtunity, not good enough din di ba? Luck is also defined this way, “It is the meeting place between preparation and opportunity. Believing some fortune teller expert is too disastrous. For example, there’s an expert who told you that you’re not capable of going or traveling abroad in your entire life or he said you're not be able to achieve whatever you want to pursue in life. If you believe in him, Who is in control, you or that expert? Have you noticed this that we are so religious country but we are so superstitious country, aren’t we?

Excellent control also means, there’s no shortcut in life. Everything needs a serious matter of hard work. The problem with superstitious people is this, when something doesn’t work. He has always something to blame. He fails to learn the lesson. But with the person with excellent control, when something doesn’t work, at least he has the guts to say. “Where did I go wrong, why did I went wrong? …Ah here!” So that next time he won’t repeat the same mistake.

It’s not LUCK, it’s HARDWORK. Remember this: “Everyone starts from scratch, but not everyone keep on scratching, those who continue scratching, they will become luckier that way.”

Never forget, It’s bad luck to be superstitious!


Thanks to Francis Kong

4 comments:

cruise said...

its also about stewardship, God gave us the opportunity to excell and gain material worth, but if we cannot handle it well and rely our efforts base on superstitions or lucks.. we will not prosper..

smallroom said...

yer right cruise. thanks =)

tHeYiE said...

i agree with the thing you mentioned about superstitions.. i don't believe in them either. i remember our lectures in philosophy about fallacies..oh well.

we better trust our instincts than rely on superstitions. and work hard of course!

smallroom said...

ei sis, thanks you sa comment. yer right too. =) it's not luck it's hardwork. =) ingat.