Life lessons.

This afternoon I saw a disabled man climb a hill in his wheelchair, pushing the chair, by rolling the wheels with his hands. The man was corpulent and was between 45 and 50 years old. So, after having seen how that man faced his challenge to climb that hill in his wheelchair, being that, in itself, it is difficult to raise it on foot, I thought: “what is good about the climb, is that it compensates the descent “. At least in cases like this man’s. However, in the case of fulfilling a dream that has to do with achieving an important career, the thing is the other way around: “The good thing about being down, is compensated when you get up.” By Derwell J Fallu


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