Have you ever found yourself in a place where encouragement is lacking? And that no matter how hard you try, no matter what you do, it seems that you cannot make any progress in reaching any of the goals you have set for your life.
We all have times when we just feel like giving up. It may be easier to quit than to just endure the course of hardship, struggle and disappointment.
We need wisdom to know how to respond to the disappointments in life. This means we should see the trials in life as a link in helping us to understand our purpose in life, which helps us build character.
While the trials of life are never pleasant, they can produce certain benefits in our lives. We would do well to embrace the power of our faith; we must trust the direction that life leads us and use the power of positive thinking. When we believe in ourselves, we profit from the struggle. Eventually we will find joy from the struggle by attaining victory.
If you just believe, this simple perspective in life, this principle can help to eliminate the negative reaction to difficulties in achieving goals and improve your life in the process.
Why do so many of us use the term “I got the blues?”
In fact, blue is the favorite color of most men and most women. Many see it as sunny and bright. If you happen to like blue, you can be described as someone who values close relationships.
People who love the color blue are very selective of the people they call a friend. When they do select someone as their friend, they will take the time to build a solid relationship before they are considered a true friend.
People who like the color blue are highly recognized as people who put others needs before their personal needs. However, do not underestimate a blue lover’s kindness as a weakness; when they are tested they will stand their ground – you can count on it.
So when you think you have the blues, you are just someone who values fair play and keep order when there is chaos around you. It also means that you are a crusader who just wish someone besides you to do the right thing and take a hit just once in a while for the people.
When you give, you give a little of yourself. Giving can bring out the best in all of us. So why aren’t we all giving more of ourselves? The Christmas holidays season revolves around giving.
The giving season brings about many misconceptions about giving, and when left unchallenged, it can undermine the very acts of giving. When we give to one another or give money for good causes, we should consider giving more of ourselves while spending time with those we love above all.
So to make this holiday special try giving more of your time, talents and skills to those who need it, apart from giving money or gifts.
When you reflect on this holiday season, ask yourself, and reexamine your gift giving habits, and we might just discover that when appropriate give more of yourself, and we will discover, giving more make its possible to receive the largest blessing in return.