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This Man’s Letter About Finding Your Real Purpose In Life Is The Most Meaningful Thing You’ll Ever Read

Hunter S Thompson@dontgiveupworld

Dreaming is easy. To realize which one’s worth pursuing is the biggest dilemma. To chase something without being sure of whether it even exists or not, to put in all your heart, sweat and blood into something you’re not even sure of is the hardest struggle in life. And trust us, we’re all swimming in the same waters trying our …

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This Quora User’s Answer For NOT Becoming An IAS Officer Is The Most Inspiring Thing You’ll Read

Failed in life@dontgiveupworld

All of us take tests in life. Of all kinds. Some of them, we pass, and others, we fail. The ones that we get through usually help us achieve a milestone in life. The ones that we don’t generally leave us disappointed. They make us believe that all that was put in has gone waste and there is nothing to …

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Story of Shantabai breaking gender stereotypes to become India’s first female barber Is Touching And Inspiring

Shantabai@dontgiveupworld

40 years ago, there was a traditional woman who did not even know what gender stereotyping was. All she wanted to do was lead a quiet life with her family in a village. But when life threw her a challenge, she gathered the courage to take it on, rising to the occasion to enter a man’s world so she could …

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Journey Of Manish Singh From A Waiter To The Walk Event Final At The Rio Olympics

Manish-Singh-Rio Olympic #Walk Event Final @dontgiveupworld

Hardwork behind his dream 25-year-old Manish Singh Rawat pursued his dream of taking part in the Olympics and finished 13th in the finals of the men’s 20km walk event at Rio. While this might not be something Indian sports fans can boast about, it is definitely a great achievement for Rawat who knows what it has taken to reach this …

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Meet PV Sindhu – The First Indian Woman To Win An Silver Medal in Rio Olympics women’s Badminton 2016

The First Indian Woman To Win An Olympic Silver, The Journey Of PV Sindhu #Badminton @dontgiveupworld

PV Sindhu carried the expectations of 1.2 billion people to the finals of Rio Olympics women’s Badminton. The 21-year old Hyderabad fireball has shown her indomitable spirit and never-say-die attitude as she daringly took on World No. 1 Carolina Martina of Spain. In the process, she has become the only woman from India to clinch an Olympic silver medal ever. …

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