When you find that you are struggling... · Ryder Family Farm- Southern Illinois
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When you find that you are struggling…

When you find that you are struggling…

… try to remember that the experiences that are truly worthwhile in the end are often the most difficult to go through at the time…

If it is worth it, it is generally not easy.

Most of the experiences that shape who we are are the struggles and hardships. Each struggle/ hard time carries a lesson or a defining moment. We grow and evolve through each experience… this makes us more prepared for the future.

When you find yourself down in the dumps over a struggle or hardship try to see your “hard time” as a gift. You are blessed to be presented with situations that will make you better prepared for the future. Life has a bigger plan for you, you just cannot see it yet.

Take your struggles in stride, keep your chin up and remember to learn from every single situation you are presented with. Every struggle or triumph takes you closer to who you are meant to be so don’t flounder. Work through it and know that in the end it will all be for something.

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This post was written by Talina Norris for Harvest of Daily Life’s motivational discussion group. You can join by visiting the groups web page.

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  • Just dropping by to say hi, and saw your wonderful post. Thanks for sharing, exactly what I needed to hear today. 🙂

    December 13, 2006 at 4:18 pm

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