Yet, there is some logic behind looking on the bright side of things; as hard as it may be to believe that in our despair. And the bright side may not see us getting what we hoped for. Not yet. We learn from our experiences and
those of others. The things that went wrong went wrong for a reason. Sometimes we blame ourselves. Other times, someone else may blame us. It may be something we’re doing. It may not be our fault at all. But it behooves us to identify the cause. We only get better when we know what is not working for us.
It won’t be easy going through our own lives with the proverbial fine tooth comb. We spot the mistakes of others all the time but it’s not only difficult to assess ourselves; it’s downright painful. But the results can make all the difference in the world. Whether it’s a system of doing things, a habit or a person or persons in our lives, we can only make changes once we’ve identified the elements in our lives that need to be altered.
First take note of the things that have gone wrong. Then look at the environment that they took place in. Are there any common factors? Something we didn’t want but permitted? Something omitted? Someone whose negative energy was admitted? Deep down, we know what is best for ourselves; what will bring us success. So the most important thing for us to do is to identify the things that will lead to the outcome we envision. And we must listen to ourselves. What do you think…?
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