Life Lessons from Silver Lining Playbook

There is great deal to learn from good books and cinemas. Here are some of the life lessons to take from Silver Lining Playbook (Maybe this post is coming a year too late).

1. Excelsior

There is too much negativity in the world. Even though we try our best to ignore, but the vibes around us take us there.Its important to channel these negativity towards the Silver Lining because we all deserve the shot of hope.

Channel all negativity to achieve the silver lining
Channel all negativity to achieve the silver lining

2. Bring back Honesty to life:

Probably of the things we miss most from childhood is the honesty which is now replaced by conscious diplomacy. If not to the world, atleast lets be honest with ourself .

Open up like Never Before
Open up like Never Before

3. Celebrate life and just winning 

Well, the truth is, that not every one wins and there is nothing perfect. We might face failures and underachievement but we can celebrate the life as it comes.

There are more to Celebrate in the life than perfection
There are more to Celebrate in the life than perfection

4. Life might be a mess, but there is always hope and its called “TOMORROW”

Look for the brighter tomorrow
Look for the brighter tomorrow

5. Live your Passion 

We are never late to live our passion. Whether its Pat Senior’s Passion for Eagles or Tiffany’s passion for dance, it bring compassion to the life.

Follow your Passion
Follow your Passion

6. Girl from North Country 

If nothing helps, then just listen to Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, it will certainly do so.

Also on My Blog :

5 unpleasant Facts about Being

an Adult

 

Management Lessons From

Childhood Memories

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