If I’ve Learned Anything From Life

“If I’ve learned anything from life, it’s that sometimes, the darkest times can bring us to the brightest places. I’ve learned that the most toxic people can teach us the most important lessons; that our most painful struggles can grant us the most necessary growth; and that the most heartbreaking losses of friendship and love can make room for the most wonderful people. I’ve learned that what seems like a curse in the moment can actually be a blessing and that what seems like the end of the road is actually just the discovery that we are meant to travel down a different path. I’ve learned that no matter how difficult things seem, there is always hope. And I’ve learned that no matter how powerless we feel or how horrible things seem, we can’t give up. We have to keep going. Even when it’s scary, even when all of our strength seems gone, we have to keep picking ourselves back up and moving forward, because whatever we’re battling in the moment, it will pass, and we will make it through. We’ve made it this far. We can make it through whatever comes next.

20 thoughts on “If I’ve Learned Anything From Life”

  1. My Beth my strong child,my thankful heart has had enough tears to last a life time it at that time and it happen often I now Jesus is per par ing for something stronger, get in your eastern room of the house and let Jesus how Thankful youare and let him know your looking for his favor listen to your heart so you can hear, daughter Jesus can your Faith is all you need to receive it I am look forward too see good news come your way. The Way

  2. I’ve learned that toxic people teache you nothing except that they are toxic and I’ve learned that some people falsely believe they are more deserving then any other people because they go through endless and useless suffering and thing to suffer is a way of life.

    1. Isn’t it amazing how something so simple works so powerfully!? Now try to do it every chance you get. Your ego and others tempt you to exit that state. You can learn to stop the temptations by practicing it over and over. The more, the more effective.

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