Hang in There.

7 Apr


Most of us have had a time or two or three in our lives where a situation bought us crashing to our knees, and everything changed in an instant.

When we couldn’t calm the storm, it passed. When we thought the fear and the flow of tears would never stop, they actually did. When our castles crumbled, they got rebuilt. When our scars healed, they were stronger than skin.

Events may differ, but those that hold the potential to disrupt life as we know it, need acceptance and require us to control the parts we can and let go of what we can’t. 

Hanging in requires time to pass. For patience and co-operation. For feelings to be faced and felt. For help to be given, for experts to work things out, and for others to tell us and for us to hear, with hope in our hearts, that eventually everything will be alright.

We need to remember the times we’ve recovered before and know we can do it again. We will rise and get to a place where we are able to question what we are experiencing, what we’re doing, what we need to do, what we want to do and how we are going to be able to do it. 

Today is a little reminder, that we are infinitely prepared to handle everything that shows up in our lives. So, in the meantime, keep including into your routine activities you love, ones that give you a sense of meaning, joy, peace, and comfort. Hang in there. You’ve got this. 

Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful. Joshua J. Marine.

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