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Friday, November 11, 2016

The Only Way Out of Our Darkest Moments

'Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense.'      
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Finding Our Way in Difficult Times

We all face difficult times throughout life. Who among us wants to stay stuck in the dark days any longer than we have to when we have work to do to make the world a better place? 
We all long to discover that deep inner strength and indomitable spirit we possess to help us find our way out of the darkness and back into fighting for our dreams.

How do we get back to living from a place of strength, courage and trust--and get out of the depths of despair sooner? 
Emerson said no matter what the problem you're dealing with, keep your focus on your dreams, not your problems.

The Only Way Out of Our Darkest Moments

Sometimes in the overwhelming challenge of trying to recover from a devastating loss we're left feeling discouraged, hopeless and isolated. Looking through the lens of defeat and loss, life can begin to feel flat and meaningless.

The key to pulling out of the darkness is to change the filter you look through to gain a fresh perspective. Or as Ralph Waldo Emerson said, 'Don't be pushed by your problems. Be led by your dreams.'
When you're dispirited it may feel like an impossible task to change your perspective. You don't exactly feel perky. Yet, changing your focus from the problem at hand and the seemingly insurmountable obstacles you face to putting the focus back on creating a life based on your dreams and aspirations IS the only way out.

Within your HEAR

keep one still, secret spot where dreams may go

What Are Your Dreams and Aspirations?

What are your dreams and hopes for you and the world around you?

What is one thing you would be willing to get involved with for the greater good of all?

If you had the time, energy and courage to pursue your dreams of making the world a better place--what would you get busy doing? 

Stay Strong. Be Courageous.
There is no way to avoid or go around the painful part of life on our way to achieving our dreams. No one 'has it easy'. But if each day we keep our eyes on the goal, instead of the obstacles, we allow ourselves to be led by our dreams instead of pushed by our problems, making it easier to endure the difficulties along the way. 

Sending you HUGS and Courage

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