When things go wrong as they sometimes will, it’s not always your fault.When you’re on your path but you feel disheartened and low, it’s not always your fault. When you sometimes feel dissatisfied and unhappy with yourselves, you might need to take a little break. But when that break gets longer, and you feel astray, it’s not always your fault. When you start comparing yourselves with others after the feeling of uncertainty kicks in, it’s not always your fault. When you sometimes overthink about what will happen and worry about your future, it’s not always your fault. When you sometimes feel the burden of expectations and feel the need to prove yourselves, it’s not always your fault. When you see people around you reaching heights and attaining goals, and you feel that even though you’re doing everything right, you’re not able to get the results, it’s not always your fault. When you want to be the best and don’t want to settle for less, the path is difficult, uncertain, and time-consuming. When you want to become the best version of yourself, the process is tedious, strenuous, and self-testing. When the goal seems far, and the path seems skeptical, all you need is to be a little patient. If you fight this battle and pull yourselves together, it will make all the difference. Consistency is the key, as said by John Maxwell. And if sometimes you need a break, it’s not always your fault. Things will improve, times will improve, goals will be achieved, and your efforts will show. You’ll look back at this time, and you’ll look back at the hustle. You’ll smile and you’ll cry. You’ll look back at this time and you’llsee that none of it was your fault. It was the time, and it was the age, it was the immaturity, and it was the rage. It was the peer groups; it was the competition, it was the battle for self-validation. It was the rush; it was the hurry. It was the temporary praises and glory. It was a learning experience, and it was necessary. It will help you grow and rise. It was a struggle and it was a battle, and none of it was your fault.