I love to watch Youtube videos. When I’m scrolling, I saw one video that recommended for me. It’s about boxing but I’m not actually watching any videos on boxing. My brother does, so I got that. And, I clicked. It’s Muhammad Ali.
Yes, I saw his boxing style and all the other stuff. I’m just impressed. I’m having one habit which is if I’m interested about someone, then I start research about that particular person. So, I start research about Muhammad Ali. I learn lot from him.
I read one letter of Muhammad Ali . It express his guiding principles of his life.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Once said, “The time is always right to do what is right.” I think most people would agree with that. The tricky part, of course, is knowing “what is right.” I wouldn’t try to tell others how to decide important matters, but I will share with you how I try to work them out.
I have always been interested in what is going on around me. I listened, observed and read, taking the ideas and information that made sense to me and adapting and adopting them for my life. I worked hard and then worked some more, trying to be the best that I could possibly be at what I was doing. I learned that tough times are a part of our journey in this life, but that challenges make life interesting. Even though it can be painful and frightening at the time, the greater the obstacle, the more glorious the moment of success. I decided not to close the door of opportunity on myself just because I wasn’t sure I could do something. Even when I didn’t get all the way to my goal, I found that when I tried as hard as I could, I was much further along than I otherwise would have been. And I found that the journey itself was a great adventure.
It is also important to have fun. I enjoyed my life. No matter where I was or what I was doing, I took the positive from the experience and lived in the moment, connecting with the people around me-whoever they were. I tried to make people feel good about themselves and to make them laugh, if I could.
Most of all, I believed in God and the wisdom He has for what my life should be.
Using all of these lessons as my guiding principles, not how much money or power and control over others I could command, I made the decisions I believed in my heart at the time were right. I accepted the consequences of my choices. For me doing “what is right” is everything.