It Takes Strength to Embrace the Unexpected

Tip of the Week – April 13, 2011

“Without the strength to endure the crisis, one will not see the opportunity within. It is within the process of endurance that opportunity reveals itself.”

– Chin-Ning Chu

Isn’t this so true of challenges?  When you are in the midst of one, you just need to unclench your fists, take a deep breath, and open your mind to new options.  And this is not always the easy thing to do.  It takes strength to move opposite of what seems logical, and accept that the perfect way around or through a crisis might be completely opposite of what you expected.  The point is to never close yourself off to possibilities.  Because within life’s challenges are the greatest lessons. Sometimes the greatest demonstration of strength is your ability to just let go.





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2 Comments

  1. Posted March 13, 2012 at 10:05 pm | Permalink | Reply

    It’s that first time you unclench the fists and take that first deep breath that’s the hardest. Once you’re able to do that, each challenge you face is easier to approach. I use every challenge I face as a learning experience. Some are harder to get through then others but I am open to learning from them each and every time.

    • Posted March 13, 2012 at 10:40 pm | Permalink | Reply

      That is the proactive and only successful approach, Barbara — you have the perfect outlook by gleaning every last bit of wisdom from your experiences, good and bad. Our reactions to the things that happen in life are what can build us up or tear us down. Thank you for sharing your comment! 🙂

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