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AbdelRahman Siddig

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What is the most painful lesson you experienced and you wish other people to avoid your experience

Some people when came a cross painfull experience they wish every one in the face of the Earth get the same level of pain
other people they wish all other people to avoid such pain
The Question is
What is the most painful lesson you experienced and you wish other people to avoid your experience?
what did you learned?
and what people should to avoid the same situation?

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We can not avoid the feeling of pain it good feeling if we know how to use it
and as the wisdom says " there is hiden treasure buried inside each tragedy"
but we can learn from each other mistakes and save time and efforts

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  • May 2 2012: The most painful lesson I would learn? hmm... I guess its "Do what you gotta do and shrug off the headache". Growing up I was always the child that got bullied because my english wasn't well (foreign child, foreign country), because I was semi fat, etc... From say... kindergarden till the fifth grade (thats right, all of grade school). I always got tortured, picked on, lunch being stolen... toys taken away etc. It got to the point where the bullies collaboratively ganged up on me via telling the teacher that I was the problem and not them! (they followed me through the classes no matter what I did, telling the principal etc... just wasnt happening... always got in trouble). Then when I finally graduated... 9/11 happened and me being muslim... well lets just say that didn't make me feel any better. Being completely socially inept, pretty much no friends, not even a home to talk to all I could do to get me out of the rediculous missery was study. Study hard, and get A's. I wasn't looking for applause, or some form of pat on the back, but I needed some sort of outlet. And to be honest it paid off, I went to an amazing high school, had the time of my life, in college right now studying interpersonal psychology... Having a blast. Over all, if you get what you need to get done, there eventually is a finish line and a celebration. Sure life sucks... But life can also be amazing, you just gotta deal with what you gotta deal with, and keep on trucking.
    P.S. : all those bullies are now in jail for serious crimes. That made me laugh so much when I started talking to some old friends about them... On top of the freaking world.

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