There are times, when everything around us seems to be blooming with joy and every single moment seems to be a happy one. Everything then seems simple, easy and fun. We feel like boasting about our abilities in dealing with life, and somewhere deep within we desire for the circumstances to remain the same for ever. The strength and confidence among us remains at the peak and it feels like pessimism is long gone for a holiday, somewhere far away. But, there are questions to be asked. There are analysations to be made. There are answers to be provided. All regarding a single issue: – Do the ‘happy times’ really define your character? The close ended answer to this particular question would always be ‘no’. But for an open-ended answer, we would need to shift our focus to the following paragraph and cling on till the very end.

First of all, what does the term ‘strength of a character’ refer to? Why is one’s character so important and in what way can it be developed? Let me begin by saying that our talent can take us to many places. A person who is good at hacking, can either be a professional and illegal hacker or can work for the betterment of the society by not hacking personal stuff of people illegally and instead helping the government to get hold of the criminals and fraudsters. The factor that differentiates the final call or action to be taken? Yes, ‘character’ it is. A strong character is equally necessary along with talent in order to lead a successful and wise, ethical life. Without a proper character, people would only drown into darkness instead of living a prosperous life with their heads high.

Now, how can one really develop a strong and sensible character? One can, if he/she just decides to do so. One can, if the there is a strong desire to do so. One can, if one is self-disciplined and truly thrives for glory and success. There is no mantra for its development nor there is any shortcut. All that is there is the will to do so. But still, for the one’s hungry for any kind of tip, I would say, first of all develop a personality that stands for itself and can never be doubted against. Then take that achievement to the next level, and start making gains in terms of development of a great and strong character.

Let’s say, you are able to develop that desired character and you are being able to take care of things on your own way, confidently. But how would it add to the betterment of your journey in life? How would it create an impact that would reflect its true significance in life?. How would it prove to be beneficial for you? Well, in many ways, I would say.

First of all, you would never lead towards the distractions deposited upon your life. You would be clearly able to differentiate between the wrong and correct things in life. Making hard choices would seem to be easy. And most importantly, the level of self-respect you would gather would be infinite and unimaginable.

So, is it worth having a strong character in life? Is it worth spending time towards its development? Does becoming successful have any relation with how we achieve things in life? If the answer to this questions do not occur to you at an instant, then you are in utmost need of looking after yourself. And If the answer does occur to you instantly, then keep up the good work of thriving towards days filled with glory, fame and respect!

And now, finally coming back to the point from where I started, I would like to end this piece of writing with a famous quotation that says, “A True Test Of Character Isn’t How You Are On Your Best Days But How You Act On Your Worst Days”. (The reason why I mentioned about ‘clinging on till the very end’)

Hope this cleared all the doubts and answered all the questions you have been seeking throughout the writing, and I truly hope this does in a way, help in the betterment, and improvement in the way life is being led by each and every one of us.

Cheers! 🙂

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