Updated: Jun 15, 2019
Over the past 2-3 weeks I’ve had to deal with so many changes and so many moving parts converging all at the same time. The juggling act was rather scary, and I found myself under the most amount of pressure I have ever experienced and in the midst of the storm I remember asking myself “What is the point of all this? But I guess I must rise to the challenge.”
It is when we are tested that we come to terms with the depths of our strength and this is how we grow, and I remembered all the times when I thought that things couldn’t get better and they did. The trick is to understand that all things good and bad are temporary and that what doesn’t kill you truly makes you stronger. When one door closes, another opens up because if it were not so, you’d be dead; nature cannot allow anyone to stand still so whenever you go through anything always remember that it is only temporary and extract the lessons from the experience. Also ask yourself when looking for a solution “what am I not seeing?” because often times the solution is there staring in the face but because we are in a state of panic, we don’t recognize it.
Everything comes to us when we are calm almost like when you float in a pool, the water will carry you provided you are calm; but the moment you start panicking, you definitely will begin sinking. So always tell yourself this when you go through some challenging times: “I always attract to me, the right situation at the right time in the right way and I’m always able to recognize it.”.
“Every adversity, every failure and every heartbreak carries with it, the seed of an equal or a greater benefit/opportunity”
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The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
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