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Tariku Gankisiki’s new song “saro gamo”

Though sometimes it can be painful, it can also be very beautiful. Adversity, disappointment, and loss are all possible. Everyone eventually experiences their fair share of suffering. Though sometimes it can be painful, it can also be very beautiful. Adversity, disappointment, and loss are all possible. Everyone eventually experiences their fair share of suffering. What separates those who overcome these difficulties head-on and succeed from those who barely manage to endure them? It is resilience that is present. “The capacity to bounce back quickly from or adapt to adversity or change,” or “the capacity to regain strength, health, or success after adversity.” Learning to rebound, or bounce back, or to become more resilient, is necessary if we’re going to get through the inevitable terrible times in our life. It’s not too late to acquire resilience now, even if we never learned it previously. When horrible things occur, we must cease personalizing them. Instead of asking, “Why is this happening to me?,” we should consider whether we may have contributed to the issue and what we can do to prevent future occurrences of the same issue. That is how we gain power. Put an end to blaming others. Regardless of our circumstances, the more accountability we have for the issues we confront, the more efficiently we can stop what is preventable and handle the rest.

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