I do not know about others, but I strongly believe that the wisdom of others mean a lot to me. Yesterday, while I & a few other coaches & trainers (all with old school thoughts 😂) were talking to each other, it was concluded that each of us, no matter who we are or where we are, have to experience personal challenges, showdowns, tragedies & crisis like the present one in life.
It is not about only natural calamities, you also invite problems, chaos & mess with your conscious or unconscious actions, inaction & reactions. It’s time to at least decide to stop creating problems where there are none.
Let you remind yourself that you always have the choice to just stay rooted in your own peaceful center. Give yourself ample opportunities to believe that you are doing everything right during this hard time & that things are going to happen exactly the way you want them to happen.
Remind yourself that you are never your problems or your crisis. You are never your isolation, alienation, your infection, your trauma or your zero bank balance. Your real true self is a deeper entity, magnificent being & is perfectly whole & well, no matter what you are experiencing at this point of time. Your real self is far beyond your imaginary self & far better than what this world has ever told you.
You can find your great master & your own mastery with in yourself. Let you shape yourself into a meaningful form of inspiration & motivation.
The differences among us lie only in how we
navigate these difficult times, respond to these & what we become after the crisis is over. You also need to remind yourself that even when calamities strikes, blooming is possible.
Let you continuously find things you have control over & take all the action, you still can, on these. Let you grow your ability to love your life, fortify sense of your own capabilities, reframe your interpretations, improve your self-care, your words, your actions & your thoughts. Let you deepen your understandings of yourself, others & whole world around you.
I thank you my friends for reminding me yesterday that life is to be enjoyed for all its messiness, twists & turns. These days are reminder that we are still alive & an opportunity to showcase our excellence, abilities, resilience & adaptability.
In the end I would like to remind you what John F. Kennedy once said
The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining.
These words are absolutely right. Having said everything it is always advised that you must identify your leaks before a storm & patch these much before the rains.
I sincerely hope you, your family & every one in your world are doing well & are safe.
My best wishes are always there with you. Stay Amazingly Blessed 💐💐