No face like yours, No being like you!

Sit down, relax and let’s go on a drive together to talk, talk about what lies in you. Amongst all subjects of life, we usually forget to discuss ‘us’. How we feel, what we want and most important, what is expected out of us. As a child, capacity to learn, as an adult, respect for our relationships and how we nurture them and as matures, we are rated on what we achieved after a lifetime of being alive. Most times we ignore our true selves and portray an image of what may sound cool during a coffee table discussion.

I would suggest, at some point in life we must all make a note about both our strengths and weaknesses. And a true list of the same would require some amount of guts, my friend. You can’t hide “you” from yourself. Know your being and that will help you face the world better. Once you pen down your weaknesses, you would realize no one is perfect and hence become a great acceptor towards what life brings for you and understand that everyone is struggling. On knowing your strengths you would learn that though we all are imperfect but there are a certain qualities in us, which no one carries and that makes us different. You would enjoy life better. A mother of identical twins can easily differentiate between them because no two people are the same and our creator followed this principle clearly while creating us.

Let’s read about a man, at age five his father died and he became responsible for feeding and taking care of his younger brother and sister, at sixteen he quit school and by seventeen he had already lost four jobs. At eighteen he got married. He had joined the army and washed out there. When he was twenty his wife left him and took their baby. He became a cook in a small café and convinced his wife to return home. At age sixty-five he retired, he felt like a failure and decided to commit suicide. He sat writing his will, but instead he wrote what he would have accomplished with his life and thought about how good he was as a cook. So, he borrowed $87 and fried some chicken, using his recipe. He went door to door to sell. At age eighty-eight, founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Colonel Sander was a billionaire. The same man who had once given up on hims and decided to kill himself.

Hope you found some inspiration for youself. Stay Confident about who you are there isn’t anybody like you in this whole world. God created no being like you. Your flaws are a reason why he gave you certain strengths. Our creator must be a great chemist as he is stupendous at creating combinations. We all are here for a purpose and our goal should be to reach our destination within this lifetime.



Author: Nedo’dhour

An economics graduate, a certified Poet by Oxford and an app developer. Diverse in fields but always a writer at heart. Read and enjoy!

8 thoughts on “No face like yours, No being like you!”

  1. All writers are so good at what they write. I am just curious to know whethere all these writers do as what they say or write? To some extent I think they are the most weakest and to show that they are strong enough, they start writing inspirational stuffs. All these talks about goals, lifting yourself, creator etc etc…i have heard about these or read atleast 1000 times. I guess inspiration is fine but we need more of fairy tales. We dont have much story tellers now. I would love to see you as a story teller. Indpire me through your story…..become a Story Teller.


    1. Hey there
      Your comment really caught my eye, I dint know you thought that about writers. Writing doesn’t categorize anyone as weak or strong, it is all that we believe in and our thoughts that we would like to share with our readers. I have really taken ur advice to become a story teller but unfortunately everything that I want to convey hasn’t happened to me, there are a few things I have learnt, living in this world, living around beautiful people. And for my current blog I would share a link with you. Please take some time out and go watch this video and never give up! He always has plans for you!

      P.S.-I did have a reference story in the blog.


      1. Ahh didnt expect a reply, but that was amazing. Although i stopped believing in god (dont use cap letters anymore) long time ago due to so many reasons. So i dont think anyone has any plans for me. I very much liked the poems you wrote (forgot to mention that in my earlier comment). I wish you all the success in writing.

        **by story I meant a tale…kinda fancy, unrealistic, magical…where there is no negative thoughts yet interesting.


  2. Hey
    Thanks! I just hope your faith in GOD is restored. He always does everything for the good, if not yours…maybe some one else’s in that moment. But, eventually we all benefit because that is what his purpose is. Keep reading!


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