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  1. A person can do anything.

    Therefore, he can also live without realizing why he came to this world

    By the way, this happens to most people.

    But if a person has realized their purpose in this world, they may consider themselves particularly lucky. And it is his duty to fully realize what God or nature has given him.

  2. Knowing and understanding your talent is not easy.

    All people are talented in some of their areas, but the realization of their talent is a colossal work and overcoming large artificial barriers.

    A lack of talent can be partially replaced by a lot of hard work.

  3. Purely subjective opinion, but it seems to me that it can. Let's say I hate a certain activity and don't want to do it in principle, but in the end it turns out that I'm talented in this activity. This can happen with absolutely any profession or business, but it is not necessary that the talent will manifest itself in exactly what you like. And if you do not like something, then you are unlikely to do it, therefore you will not learn about your talent in this business.

  4. I believe that there are 2-3% of real talented people. Everything else is the result of long and painstaking work, and everything that we used to call talent is most often obtained by blood and sweat.

  5. Yes, easily. A person can be born at the wrong time and in the wrong place, receive the wrong education and upbringing that would allow talent to manifest itself. You may have the talent of a great commander, but if there is no war or you are not in a command position, neither you nor others will know about it. You may have a talent for chess, but if no one has taught you how to play chess , you will not become a grandmaster. Finally, you can even realize that you have a talent, but you don't have enough motivation or external conditions to realize it.

    You may have the makings of a great guitarist and a mediocre singer, but you are drawn not to the guitar, but to the microphone.

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