Believe in All You Can Achieve


When things are hard, it’s because they believe in all the things you can achieve. 

 

There are various perspectives we can adopt when we encounter a hardship, my favorite perspective is that I’m being entrusted with a challenge because I’m believed in. I used to search for approval from the people around me, but now I realize it’s a gift from life. 

When a circumstance feels brand new, I want security from the people around me to believe in myself, but it isn’t up to them to deliver success. Every situation to conquer requires my will and persistent practice to achieve. If I don’t choose to accomplish the task myself, my skills won’t advance. It may feel hard right now, but who knows what kind of things will be discovered if I pursue the challenge?

Who believes in me? I don’t believe I must assign any spirit to the role of believer; I must summon my own trust in life and believe for myself. If I didn’t trust that life is balanced, how would I survive expecting the worst to occur?  If I didn’t recognize my own qualities, how would I appreciate independence? I can’t depend on another to bring good outcomes to my life and trusting a negative fate would only diminish my spirit. If life entrusts me with challenges to grow, then I respect the potential in me and will pursue a new development.

Relieve your mind of the analyzation of why life occurs, welcome the opportunity and embrace progression. It may not feel like the right time, but it could evolve into an enhancement. Appreciate what life is offering, dismiss the hardship and believe in all you can achieve.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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