Personal Speciality


Not wished upon any other
For it can be quite a bother
Not a challenge to have, for all
Though it can appear a bit small
Not a major importance to be looked upon
And a life challenge on others, not wished upon

It offers one new perspectives
It’s a help to be respective
Source of originality
Personal Speciality
A situation that one would want to have shunned
But lots of rewards and lessons it offers one

This was a poem inspired to me at a time when I wondered why I was a person with Epileptic Seizures. As much as I wished for full understanding from other people I knew that it was not something I would ever want to wish upon another. As personalities were looked upon it helped me to realize that not all challenges are for all to have. The challenge a person encounters may not be fit for me to have, just as the ones given to me are more fitting for me. Personal challenges have a great effect on one’s life but it does not have to be made a major importance or a challenge that others have to experience.

Different experiences offers people new perspectives for them to share. To be able to respectively compare the situations is a way to be able to see how fitting it is for the person. Difference is a source of originality and with time to experience, it creates a Personal Speciality. Challenges create situations that feel hard and it is easy to want to rid the situation but when we allow it to take its course we are met with valuable lessons that are great rewards in our life.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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