Traditions is dying, live your own life
“Traditions are dying, live your own life.” This is a common phrase that we hear all around us. We see it in movies, on TV and even at our workplace. But what does this really mean? Is tradition something that should be lost forever? Or is there an alternative way to live our lives? Let’s explore these questions further by looking at some history of how traditions came about and whether or not they really do have a place in today’s society.
We all have our own lives, live it
The first step to living a life of your own is to realize that you’re not alone. You have friends, family and neighbors who love you and will support you in whatever direction you choose to go.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on (besides being human), it’s that no matter how much we want something for ourselves, sometimes things go wrong—and when they do, it’s best not to wallow in self-pity but rather find ways around them by learning from our mistakes and striving towards success again.
We all have our own choices
You have to make your own choices. You can follow the crowd, but you’ll never truly be happy or fulfilled.
Your heart will tell you what is right for you in terms of relationships and career paths, but it’s up to YOU to decide if those decisions are right for YOUR life!
Don’t let anyone stop you from following YOUR dreams! The only way they’re going anywhere is if they’re dead-set on making sure they’re always in someone else’s hands instead of yours; so don’t let them get away with it!
If we always follow what we are told, the world will never change
If you’re a person who wants to learn and grow, there is no better time to do so than now. The world is changing at an alarming rate, and if we don’t change with it, our culture will die out in the next few generations. We need more people who are willing to stand up for their own beliefs instead of following what everyone else says they should do.
If you want something different from what your parents taught you growing up or the traditions at school or work, go with it! Don’t be afraid of making mistakes; failure isn’t necessarily bad—it’s how we learn from them that matters most (and this isn’t just true for academics).
When we all live our own lives, traditions will die. People will be able to make their own choices and find happiness in their lives. We should not follow what is told to us but rather live the life we want to live, this way things could change for good!