Life is a battle in which we fall from wounds we receive in running away. —William L. Sullivan—
Our experience in this life is a composite of many lessons—lessons which will ease our personal growth and offer us the opportunities necessary
to encourage our unique contributions. Clearly, not all lessons are easy or pleasurable when we first encounter them, but their rewards are great if
we choose to learn from them, and we can be certain that no lesson is without its reward. Those things we need to experience, to learn, to
understand, will present themselves again and again until we have attended to them. We may choose to close our minds one time, and even close them again, but the lesson will not be put off for long. Another experience will surround us, offering once again the opportunity necessary for the personal growth we’re destined to realize. We must trust that our lives are unfolding in ways that will evoke our full potential, and that no challenge comes that earlier lessons haven’t prepared us for.
Tackling my lessons head-on is a decision I can make today.