Wednesday, February 22, 2023
What helps you to cope with the difficult, oppressive people in your world? One important way is to maintain a vision for your life that far transcends any harm those people could inflict on you.
That vision is not easy to come by. Yet it is worth whatever you must do to identify, develop and fortify it.
The challenges you voluntarily take on not only strengthen you, they show you who you are, what you value, what you desire. With each challenge you work through, your overarching vision gains power and becomes more refined.
That vision empowers you to live beyond the present. You’re able to see to the other side of setbacks and difficulties, and work your way there.
If your course has no clear purpose, even the smallest negative comment or incident will knock you off that course. Yet with a strong and well-integrated vision, nothing can stop you from moving in the direction you intend to go.
Focus intently on what matters and why. And you’ll have the wherewithal to successfully deal with all the other stuff that doesn’t.
Ralph MarstonGoodness is always there Good living to do
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