Are you hundred percent certain there is nothing you will do today that can make you successful tomorrow? Have you already given up on yourself?
Do you think your future self will be happy to know that you gave up, preemptively making thing’s more difficult for him?
Some of us with no disabilities like to give billions of reasons why others made it in life. We tell ourselves it’s their parents, their forefathers, uncle, friend or relation that engineered the success through their connections.
Read that last paragraph above again. Once you do, you will see that you also fit right into one of those categories.
If people who have been dealt with tough cards by nature can try everything in their power to make ends meet, surely an able person has nothing to complain about. Constantly complaining about your circumstances in life is not going to change it, but may likely turn you into a bitter person.
Remember that failure is relative. If you haven’t given up yet, there is always hope. It doesn’t matter how many times things don’t work out. What matters most is how far you are willing to go after each setback.
Find something you are good at and put all your best in it. Sooner or later, you will become the best in your craft and people will pay for the services. The world of commerce is all about trade; what are you offering?