+1 Improvement: Some of the valuable Life Lessons that I've learned from Squid Game

[A Wisdom - Things I’ve Learned This Week - A Rational Thought]

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🦉 Wisdom


I watched the Squid Game this week. No doubt it was worth the time, the series is full of mystery and suspense, more than that I learned some of the valuable life lessons from it, and I want to share some of them. If you haven’t watched it yet, no worries it’s spoiler-free.

Some of the valuable Life Lessons I learned from Squid Games

  • Nothing is free in this world, Either you have to trade your time or your life.

  • When you are kind to everyone, the Universe will be kind to you.

  • Never judge a book by its cover, you may never know what Story the book may unfold.

  • The brain is always worth more than brawns

  • What goes around from you truly comes around you. So becomes conscious of which path you’re taking.

  • If someone seems nicer to you that doesn’t mean they are a valuable person in your life. Be careful of who you trust.

  • Don’t shut the door for everyone. There will always be someone who can resonate with your struggle.

  • Always fulfill the promises you made.

  • Don’t lose hope for humanity

  • Everything becomes boring after a point

These were the lessons I learned personally. I know there are more than that, what are the lessons I missed here?

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📚 Things I’ve Learned This Week



🧠 A Rational Thought


Youtube recommended me this video. The Principle: Everything is easier when it’s done in right way. There is always a technique to do a task, no matter how hard the task is, when done using a perfect technique it becomes easier. You can implement this in every task.

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