I'm not a very confrontational guy at all. To be honest, I'm avoiding confrontation like I'm avoiding a workout. I give up really quickly, not that I'm lazy, but many times I just don't see the point in struggling or throwing huge quantities of energy into anything when I could sit back and let things happen as it should.
I liked to believe that "going with the flow" is a way healthier approach to life, and it's going to get me more happiness than having to fight over all those things I think I want and need.
However, when I grew older, I learned that struggling for something is the entire point of life. In a world in which nothing is handed to you (unless you are Paris Hilton), the best way to get what you want is to fight for it, and the only way to find out what's important to you is to see what you're able to fight for.
There are fundamental stuff that nobody can give up easily. Stuff that all people are expected to stand up against and fight for before they either die struggling or get what they want. Yet I know it can be hard to struggle for things.
Fighting for something means setting your pride down and admitting that it's important to you. It means you're humiliating yourself or maybe hurt yourself in the process. But is that not the point of life?
Your dream job
If you want to be one of the only people in your life who genuinely love going to work every day, you need to struggle for that role. No dream career is ever turned over to someone, else everyone can serve as actors, astronauts, musicians and hosts of late-night talk shows.
There are millions of people who have the same goals as you, and the best way to beat them is to struggle consistently for them. Since, by the end of the day, the champions are those who have not stopped battling, who have never given in and who have outlived the rest.
At the end of the day, your name is what you've got. If it's the way people remember you or what you know, keep your reputation secured and close to your side.
Let people talk about you the way you like to be talked about, and know the way you want to be remembered. Battle for your name, battle for the person you've worked so long to build.
Don't let anyone break you down without your permission. This is your life, and you deserve to remember the best way to go about it.
People who makes you laugh
Friendships become harder to sustain as you become older and it becomes useful to learn which friends are worth striving over and which you need to let go of.
Just know that those who make you laugh, who help you forget your misery and realize that life is wonderful, are still worth fighting for. Since fun, in a world of stress and sadness, is the only thing that keeps you alive.
When anything else is awfully wrong, a friend who can make you laugh while you're about to weep can save your life.
Never cause your life to stagnate. Keep it fun, going and, most critically, evolving all the time. Monotony is like fast sand; the simplicity of day-to-day repetition and the near future will draw you in and make it impossible to leave.
You've got to struggle to make your life separate. You have to pull yourself out of the monotony of life and work to make it unique and surprising. Never let the grind deter you from making changes every day. Battle to be inspired, special and unforeseeable.
The person you love
Whether or not they love you, fight for them. This could be the hardest fight of all, particularly when you're fighting with someone who don't realize they love you yet. Love, though, is one of the few things worth living for. So if you're not fighting for love, what's the point of living at all?
It's better to die in search of true, romantic love than to live an empty, meaningless life, never to give yourself a true chance to enjoy the joys of love. Fight for the right to love and to be loved, there is no better excuse to fight for that.
Just you will struggle for the life you've dreamed for yourself. Don't let someone hold you down, put you in a corner, or tell you that you can't have that kind of life. Your life is yours, and if you want to be wealthy, popular or live in Africa, do it.
Your freedom is the most fundamental right you have, and refusing to fight is like dying until your heart ceases pounding. Never give up your right to freedom, which is your right to be, to do and do whatever you want. You're as free as you fight to be.
You don't want those uncomfortable silences at your get-together, after all, or to miss out on any opportunity that may be festive. Ses solutions will all get the job done, even though the mates are in different cities or on different couchs. They just expect all of us to obey a few simple rules. Next, everybody should be able to view their video roll, whether it's on their tablet or laptop. Second, after returning, everybody must send a "boo" to the video chat so that you can decide who won each round.
The rounds will go a bit like this: one participant will select a group from the ones listed below. They're going to yell out what it is, and they're going to have to either sprint through their room or search through their pictures to "search" for a suitable object. Whoever sends the "boo" first and gets the qualifying object back, wins. The category picker rotates for each round. Here are a few types of amusing and fascinating creep stuff.