1.The thought that gives us the inspiration to do anything is that the real strength lies within us.
2.True strength and character will reveal when your ability to help someone else in your difficult situations.
3.Strength is not only about being robust. It is the number of hurdles that your mind can cross without losing its calm.
4.A smile or laughter does not always reflect happiness, and It also reflects the strength of a person!
5.Strength is not always About breaking the shell. Sometimes it’s also about Widening the space within it.
6.Vulnerability is mistaken to be a weakness, whereas it’s the key to finding our inner strength.
7.Strength isn’t about how much you can handle before you break. It’s about how much you can endure after you’ve been broken.
8.It’s not about how trustworthy someone was, and It’s not even about how compassionate someone is; It’s about being strong enough to tackle what’s coming; someday, it surely will.
9.Disappointments, criticism, and hardships all are the tests to check your strength. If you’re stronger, then no obstacle will stop you, I know it’s the only word, but this is true.
10.If you faint in the adversity, your strength is small, but your strength is big if you don’t faint in the trouble.
11.We need to keep uplifting each other because this is where our strength and resilience lie.
12.Your strength sets you apart from others. And strength primarily means being proficient in a skill that lets you perform a task better and much more efficiently.
13.When you face challenges and go through difficult times or hardships, and you decide not to quit or surrender, that is strength.
14.You are strong when only you are aware of your strengths. You are weak when only you aren’t aware of your weaknesses.
15.Do not ever underestimate your strength. There will be problems in every aspect of life; But remember, even during the most challenging moments. Strong enough to defeat all complications You will get through.
16.Real strength is accepting new challenges, admitting to failures; overcoming adversity; mastering your inner dialogue; working when no one is watching; performing difficult work and expecting no praise, and leading those who challenge you.