أحب أن أتعلم الرعبي لاني أظن أن هدا لغة شاق جدا. لا أستطيع أن أقرا جيد جدا لكني أستطيع أن أتدرب ثم أستطيع أن أقرا افضال.
Owning your sh!t and The buck stops here.
I like these terms because I think everyone could use a little of both concepts. Through my own eyes, I would describe them as showing accountability for what you do and don’t do rather than blaming your circumstances or (in many people’s cases) others. I was got to thinking why do I blame my own circumstances rather than realize the consequences for my actions. It is easier and helps myself get out of situations where I performed or acted poorly. It screams I am not accountable for what I do.
It actually reminds me of the devil concept I was pondering a long time ago. It reasons that there is no devil, but rather we, as humans, justify our own misdeeds on fictious supernatural abhorrent entities.
но там много сукар и не должен пить много, потому что я буду стать толстий если я пию много.
Hardest languages to learn.
I would say Korean is the hardest language to learn. The writing system is relatively easy, but the grammar is most complex I have seen. I don’t think I could think fast enough to speak it decently as of yet.
I think a lack of interest or competitive nature kills talent and ability. Could a totally fierce competitive nature overtake a lack of talent?