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Nothing Good Comes Easy
John L. Mariotti
January 2, 2001
mariotti@usit.net
 
John L. Mariotti

 
Nothing Good Comes Easy. People are the most important part of your life.
Life is an adventure like a journey!  It is full of excitement and boredom, joy and misery, accomplishment and failure. The good parts are enhanced by the comparisons to the bad parts.  Nowhere is it written that "life is fair." Life is just life what you make of it is what matters.  Basically, life is good if you live it with the right attitude.

No matter what your age, learn the difference between right and wrong; good and evil.  Do the right thing, do good.  Help others "what goes around, comes around."  Avoid evil it is contagious.   Don't kid yourself because almost all of the time you know the difference, and you can help others by your example.

Dream big dreams, set goals and then work hard and persevere to achieve them, because "nothing good comes easy."  Be fair, honest and trustworthy, because each of these will help you achieve your goals.  Never stop learning, no matter how old you are. Be curious, because it is from new experiences that learning grows.  Never do anything you are ashamed of.  Always do everything the best you can.  Tell the truth.

Be sure you understand what is really important to you in your life, because you will be tempted to ignore the really important things to attend to other, less important things.  People are the most important part of your life.  Remove the people you care about and that care about you, and your life will lack meaning.

Last, and certainly not least, remember that God (or whatever you call Him/Her) must be part of your life, or your life will certainly lack the ultimate fulfillment.  When all else fails, turn to prayer; you will be surprised that it works wonders.

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