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THE HUMAN SPIRIT NEVER GIVES UP
Dated: October 6 2018
How is it that the human spirit fights to rise after life throws a curve ball? Why do we become so appreciative as we age of the smallest of things?
It takes an unbelievable amount of strength to look fear in the face and say, NO! How do we get to that point? Yeah, fear has it's fun for a time, but many of us find ourselves at a crossroad, that leaves us no choice, but to say enough is enough! The crossroad represents either giving up or fighting to rise. There's always that little voice of hope during those times that say, 'remember who you used to be?", she/he's still in there, she/he still exists, keep trying, don't give up.
What does our life paths mean? What does it do to us? How does it change us?
Have you ever heard some say, "well God doesn't give you anymore than you can handle", and you thought... Why do I keep hearing that? Not again. And we've all heard the story of the pressure coal goes through to become a diamond.
Have you noticed that when you meet others now, that you find your kindred spirits, who you have commonalities with that? Have you found that when people ask you for advise, you'll surely point the direction at that crossroad that leads to life? Or tell them to keep listening to that small voice of hope, to not give up? We start to help others to rise, and even while we may still be overcoming ourselves.
What are some some of the characteristics that we get from trials?
Wisdom ~ Compassion ~ Strength
Just maybe, we all turn into precious gems from the pressure and in turn help others.
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