There was one man in this world, who believed in all that has been said above, and who became a “lighthouse” for millions of stressful people who followed him. His name was Abraham Lincoln. His resumes is as follows:
Age.22, failed in business.
Age.23, ran for legislature and was defeated
Age 24, failed again in business.
Age.25, elected to legislature
Age 26, sweetheart died.
Age 27, had a nervous breakdown.
Age 29, defeated for speaker
Age 31, defeated for elector
Age 34, defeated for Congress.
Age 37, elected to Congress
Age 39, defeated for Congress
Age 46, defeated for Senate
Age 47, defeated for Vice president
Age 49, defeated for Senate
Age 51, elected President of the United States of America
Abraham Lincoln did not bother what people said about him when he failed. Even when he became the President, people still criticized him but instead of becoming stressful, he expressed this deathless line: “No man is good enough to be President but someone has to be.”
PROVE YOUR WORTH AND DON’T GET CONCERNED ABOUT WHAT PEOPLE SAY.
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