THE ART OF SURVIVAL
Carl Sagan, an American scientist and author, said: "Extinction is the rule; survival is the exception." We live in a world where the fittest dominate and the rest tolerate.
Survival is perceived as a defensive term, but we should consider it as proactiveness against offence. Although the original meaning of the term, survive is to 'outlive,' it connotes plentiful or abundance, and not merely coping with difficulty or struggling to make ends meet.
Dealing with problems regardless of their magnitude or intensity is in itself a sign of growth. Moreover, the fittest are those who refuse to be victims, but have the mental toughness to pull themselves through adversities. Hence, we need to keep up with the dynamics of the constantly evolving society by acquiring new skills and upgrading ourselves to enhance our potential to survive!
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