Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn ☝🏻 I never regret anything, because everything that happens it happens for some reasons 🤷🏼♀️ Even if I tried something and I did it wrong, it’s doesn’t make me upset, because I got the experience ✨ Kind of lesson, that won’t let me repeat the same mistake second time 💁🏼♀️ So my point is - take risks! If you win, you will be happy; if you lose, you will be wise! 🙏🏻 How do you deal with your fails? 😌
Иногда вы выигрываете, а иногда - получаете опыт ☝🏻 Я никогда не жалею ни о чем, потому что все, что происходит, происходит не просто так 🤷🏼♀️ Даже если я что-то пробовала и сделала это неправильно - я не расстраиваюсь, потому что я не осталась без ничего, я получила опыт ✨ своего рода урок, который не позволит мне повторить ту же ошибку еще раз раз 💁🏼♀️ Так что моё мнение: нужно рисковать! Если у вас получиться - вы будете счастливы, а если нет, тогда станете мудрее! 🙏🏻
Как вы справляетесь со своими неудачами? 😌
Every since I was little, I dreamed of visiting New York. I was obsessed with the place. Absolutely infatuated. I hung photos on my wall of the Empire State Building, spent hours researching the city, I even recall going to the lengths of looking around 5th Avenue using google street view. When my dad returned from the Big Apple bearing an I heart NY t-shirt and a Yankees cap for me, I felt like I had won the lottery. •
Of course, no destination is ever quite the same as you imagine it to be. It will always look and feel different to what your imagination conjures up. When fantasising about NYC when I was younger, I never gave thought to the incessant traffic. Or the stench of the subway. Or the heartbreaking poverty and homelessness issues that plague the city. No city is idyllic. No destination is flawless. Every place in the world has its positives and negatives, elements that you’ll love and elements you‘ll loathe.
New York may not be the same city I fantasised about all those years ago. But now, it’s even better, because it’s no longer just a fantasy. It’s a busy, beautiful, gritty, grand reality. Filled with elements I love and elements I loathe. It’s moments like this one- basking in cold sunlight on the Brooklyn Bridge, angry cyclists whirling past almost knocking us pedestrians to the ground- that I wouldn’t want it be any other way. •
I‘ve finally learnt not to have any expectations or pre-conceived notions before and even whilst travelling. Now, I just let myself experience a place for all its flourishes and all its flaws. The best part about doing it this way? No destination can ever disappoint.
👊🏼🗝“Be strong, but not rude, Be kind, but not weak, Be humble, but not timid, Be proud, but not arrogant.”
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It was 3pm in Rockafeller center and the sun was still to bright to take a viable photo of the empire state. If I wait for the sunset, my whole plan would be cancelled.
Sometimes waiting is not part of your options. Sometimes you just have to make do of what you have on that given moment. Turn your lens around, maybe you'll find a good shot.
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🇺🇸An exceptionally important D-Day artifact, ‘The Battle-Worn Flag from the USS Corry (DD-463), Lead Destroyer at Utah Beach on D-Day, 6 June 1944’ stands as a potent symbol of the allies’ triumph in World War II – the battle-scarred American flag that flew over the landing at Utah Beach. It was recovered by Lieutenant Paul Garay who saved the lives of at least four men as the ship was sinking, in addition to the USS Corry’s flag. In recognition of his heroism in combat, Lieutenant Garay was awarded the Bronze Star Medal on 27 October 1946. In further appreciation of his bravery, and of the twenty-four USS Corry crew members who lost their lives on 6 June 1944, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the flag in our upcoming Fine Manuscript and Printed Americana auction on 24 January in #NYC will benefit the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, whose mission is to provide college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. #SothebysBooks#SothebysAmericana#Flag#usflag#historicflag#antiqueflag
What people don’t mention when they talk about “owning your throne” is that you need to own everything behind it...the flaws, the struggles, the trying, failure and pain. Be patient with yourself. 🖤