It’s funny sometimes we go through periods in life where we think, eh I’ll give this a try when things calm down, when we aren’t so strapped for cash, when my health is better (sometimes you really do need to wait until your health is better), when I don’t have to do this or that…
I need to remind myself from time to time that there will always be something. There will always be a complication, a thing you have to get through, a week that is rough followed by a good week, followed by another bad week. People in your life that love to cause problems, money issues, friend issues. Arguments with spouses.
It’s called life.
Life is hard, life is beautiful like is complicated and then sometimes it isn’t. Regardless when the day comes that you don’t have any problems, that’s the day you should worry because I feel like we are given the things we go through for a reason. We need to learn from whatever it is.
What I seem to need to learn most from, are things that test my patience. These complications are merely ways to help you grow.
I have to believe that, and that each day, whether it felt just like yesterday, has a purpose, and that I have a choice right now, to be happy.
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