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In fact, we do not need to imitate and pursue success!

  • Author:Hopely Li
  • Release on :2016-12-23

Ever since Donald Trump was elected the next president of the US, the entire Trump family has been put under a microscope.

In China, the spotlight has been mainly focused on Trump and his daughter Ivanka. She is described on WeChat as an extremely influential role model with stunning beauty, a successful career, and a happy family.
She leads a dream life that a million girls would kill for. Yes, she was born with a silver spoon in her mouth. But she got where she is by herself.
There's always going to be articles that say people born into wealthy families are better looking and have a better family background than you, but these people do work harder than you.

Are you a loser if you were raised in an ordinary family? Should you feel guilty that you sleep eight hours a day because Ivanka sleeps five?

If you just want to keep a stable nine-to-five job, does it mean you are not ambitious?
How about if you don't work out or eat healthy, does that mean you will not find your Mr or Miss Right?
There is a tendency in media nowadays to encourage elitism.
They are trying to brainwash young people into thinking that they should invest an enormous amount of time and money in bodybuilding and appearance enhancement, even plastic surgery.
They encourage lifestyle makeovers: wine tasting classes and expensive trips overseas.
They make you believe that if you do as they say, you can improve the quality of your life and join the elites.
But what's the downside of being mediocre? Do you really need to go to the gym five days a week unless you are a gym maniac?
Do you need to take hundreds of selfies and Photoshop the selected ones to post on WeChat?
Do you really need to break your neck and sacrifice to earn your first pot of gold only to worry constantly about how to blend into high society later?
Don't let the idea of elitism get to you. Everybody has a right to the life they want.
Human beings should not be judged as a success or failure based on whether they are a part of the elite or not.
As long as you lead a happy and comfortable life, why bother to chase after other people's shadows? Choose your own life path and go for it.


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