Where do we start? People tell me about their work, relationship, family, exams, etc., and how difficult it is to handle situations, emotions, and pressures. I, too, share my own ups and downs with my friends.
We never can provide each other with answers, but we sure know that ultimately we will overcome them or rather we have to. It is indeed important to plan for the future but it is important to also understand that achievements take time. As one proverb goes: “A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.”
I believe it is better to handle things at one's own pace than to plunge into[跳入] it. We just have to concentrate on[全神贯注于] building pieces of our lives, one at a time. Go through adversities[困境], one at a time. Solve our problems, one at a time. Go through life, one step at a time. Beautiful paintings that have taken their place[占有地位] in history were not painted in a day, in a week, or in a month. It took time. Each brush stroke was just a little foundation on which a masterpiece rested. Similarly our lives are also a function[作用] of many single strokes.
Let's handle these strokes, one at a time.