Just as we experience different seasons throughout the year, so does life present us with different phases. There are days we look forward to and there are days when life seems to make no sense at all. On such days we prefer to go back into our cocoons and forget about all the good things that we should be enjoying.
Every season has a set time and purpose. It’s God’s way of balancing things out. He sets time for everything. Time for sorrow and time for joy, time for mourning and time to rejoice.
Usually, the blind spots in our lives always draw our focus on the negative circumstances. All the good things around us seemingly cease to exist. If a thousand things are going right and two things are not going right, our spirit goes down. That’s how human beings are.
Have you ever stopped and wondered what would happen if you only took a break and focused on the good side of life? Things will be so different. Your spirit will lighten up and you will become more productive.
The truth is, tough times are inevitable and we will never have 100% of what we think we need in this life. Being thankful for what we have makes a big difference. It takes so much energy to focus on the negative than it takes to focus on the positive. Find some positives in each situation because there is always some good in our worst just as there is some bad in our best.
When night falls, it gets dark and that’s when the stars that were invisible during the day appear. Same applies to life. There are hidden strengths and talents that you possess that may never be discovered until you go through some life turbulence.
It is only in our darkest hours that we may discover the true strength of the brilliant light within ourselves that can never, ever, be dimmed – Doe Zantamata
When we go through some life’s challenges, It’s time to go for a hunt. There is always a hidden treasure in your lowest moment. Don’t come out empty handed.
Our eyes seem useless when the mind is blind. Just because we don’t see the good in our suffering don’t assume that it doesn’t exist. Sometimes it takes years after for you to notice that it all happened for your good. It is usually darkest when it’s about to dawn. Even though weeping may endure for a night, joy will come in the morning.