Hey guys!! Hope you are all doing well tonight.. I was sitting on my couch thinking to my self and I felt like I needed to just write what I was thinking because its something I feel we should all know.. At every point we will have something new to learn about life... So here are 3 important lessons I've learned and hope they help you as well at some point.
You have to be patient in your life. Things will come around if you are patient.
Sometimes we should not rush into anything. Just relax, patience is one of the keys to success and people who cannot afford to wait should not expect good results. Be patient and watch the world reward you.
Trust the process. Whatever is happening (good or bad), trust your life and trust God.
It is not easy to trust the events of life when nothing is in our favor. And it isn’t easy either to be optimistic about it. (something I really had to learn) But that’s where our toughness and resilience is being tested. People who can’t trust the process of their lives and God cannot expect to excel in their lives. It is not that we should trust everything that happens and not change the course of life for the better. What I mean is that we should work out what’s in our control and if we can’t work out what isn’t, then leave it. Don’t over think it and don’t waste time on it. It will work out. Just be patient, trust the process, and trust god.
Be kind and humble. But not with everybody
Nothing can beat the power of kindness. Kindness is the essence of our existence and if we sustain it we can make huge impacts in the lives of other people. However, I believe not everybody deserves our kindness. Be mindful and aware of all energy you allow in your life because there’s no wisdom in making a fool of ourselves. You are allowed to protect your peace. The best way is to stop being anything with them. The best way is to stop exhibiting any emotions with people who can’t value kindness. You have to defend your light with your life.
Just some late night thoughts I had to remind my self. What are some lessons you have learned and would like to share? Comment down below!