So often it seems that life is only made up of things to worry about. Life
has many disappointments for all of us ... death, illnesses, betrayals,
tragedies, and feelings of worthlessness and despair. Sometimes life can
seem so very grim, and so many times we tend to wallow in pools of
I would just like to say again ... I believe that our time here on earth
gives us the opportunity to grow spiritually. We can experience much
personal growth because of all the suffering, worries, and difficulties we
have to go through during our mortal lives. It is God's way of fine-tuning
us so we become more compassionate, more caring, more loving, and more
aware of others' pain. After all, how could we ever dry the tears of
others if we had never cried ourselves?
We all find ourselves in the valley of despair sometimes. It may sometimes
seem that we are forever worrying, learning lessons, suffering pain, and
facing challenges. But we must try to remember that the fertilizer that
helps us "grow" is in those valleys, not on the mountain tops.
During the times that we feel scared and confused, we will always end up
wiser and we will grow more from the experiences. We will understand more
about people and life, become more sensitive, and we'll be able to enjoy
life more after we go through the hard times.
We have to experience sadness so that we may better measure joy. Life has
a way of balancing the sorrow with the joy, the disappointments with the
hope, and the emptiness with the meaning.
mountains of love
I would like to add that I have had so much love sent to me through all of you and it really has help me out a lot!
There is still good in the world, kind people and true friends.
Many of you do not even know me but you all sent your love and healing powers to me. I am truly blessed.
Thank you so much!
I have not been blogging because I am still feeling really tired. I have been thinking of all of you and hope to start visiting again soon.
Friday, January 25, 2008
Posted by ally at 10:11 a.m. 7 comments:
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