An advice is an advice and still an advice.

04th August, 2015. 10:25pm

NaBloPoMo, Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Do you prefer to take advice from strangers or from people close to you?

This post is gonna be short and simple, because I simply don’t have time to go wasting 200 words just to make my point. Today, the question was, “Do you prefer to take advice from strangers or from people close to you?” My answer is simple. IT DOESN’T MATTER. Whoever it came from, it shouldn’t have mattered. I couldn’t remember a time when a stranger gave me an advice, at least not a life-changing one, but I remember following what someone said about something that produced a beneficial out come, and when someone close to me gave me an advice? Total disaster!

And then another time, complete opposite. A close friend of mine gave me an advice that I thought would totally change my life but turns out it was such an epic fail, but when a stranger come up with a simple advice, it worked.

Do you see the pattern here? The point is, it doesn’t matter whether it’s from a stranger or a close friend. At the end of the day, it still all falls down on you; which way would you choose. After all, we can’t dictate fate, can we? Only our actions.

KTHXBYE.

Jhack

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