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What are 5 things you have learned that has completely changed your life?

I am still a kid, And I love asking questions, cause I believe that the best way to learn is through asking questions. And I love the TED community, its full of amazing individuals. So, What are 5 things you have learned that has completely changed your life?

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  • Jun 27 2012: *) There is only one God and that's one undeniable truth

    *) Sometimes some people might feel disappointed, different and complete failures but the truth , and the reason for that, is that they are the only ones who are right, when everyone else is wrong, and facing everyone could become a painful journey. That's the point where either a great person is born to change the humanity lives, or a very sad story is born.

    *) Some might overlook this but, parents are the key for happy successful life, and I strongly believe that the thermometer of people happiness would stand at the same degree of their parents satisfaction on them as their children. And obeying doesn't always mean doing what they say but it means being always there.

    *) Confidence and faith in oneself potential is the turning point of someone who could be a scientist or the archive worker of scientific research labs, the pilot or just a passenger on that plane, and most painfully the lawyer or the prisoner.

    *) The most important one is to put your trust in God and always have good faith in God's plans for you whatever happens because in my religion Allah the Almighty said:" I am as My servant thinks I am" if you believed good things will happen they will, even if they apparently look bad or harmful for example accident or someone's death but with good faith you will eventually realize that it happened for a wise reason it was for your favor and best interest. Always pray and seek guidance from God and God shall guide you.

    Best Regards

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