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ITS NOT MY FIGHT?
If you want to be strong learn how to fight alone, because the toughest battles you will ever have are the ones you have with yourself, but if you’re on the battlefield, know your enemy as well as you know yourself then you can fight a hundred battles without disaster.
There are intelligent and tactical ways to handle your business when it comes to avoiding some confrontations, all it takes is for you to put in the effort while using common sense; which is something that should be front and center at all times, while trying to ease the tension. Avoid being aggressive, if you can…
As for me, I know the best battle not to fight is the one that can be avoided, and the ones when there is nothing to gain by winning.
I suggest you pick your battles wisely because You can sound confident, but have extreme anxieties. Often times you can look healthy while you feel sick. Furthermore, you can look happy and be miserable inside, and you can be good-looking while feeling ugly. What’s even worst is you may have overestimated yourself and not be battle ready. So be kind because everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about.
Walk away from fights big or small; it’s hard but do it anyway, walk away from people who are trouble makers, gossipers, disrespectful, instigators, bias, etc… Believe me, I know walking away isn’t always an option, there will be times when we will have to stand our ground, whether we want to or not, especially if the battle is about moral issues.
When it’s all said and done Fighting is our last option, nevertheless, it is an option that can’t be ruled out as an option, so at some point you will have to make a decision.
So, if we must fight why not fight for something like Joy, Hope and Salvation? I know that that’s too much like right, but fighting doesn’t always mean physical contact, or mental insanity busting loose at the seams.
Obstacles are put in our way to see if what we want is worth fighting for, especially the things we care about. Anyway, I know It takes great courage to stand and fight for something, but sometimes it can take even more courage to walk away and leave things behind.
To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart. Eleanor Roosevelt
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