Thursday, September 29, 2011
The determination to outwit one's situation means that one has no
models, only object lessons.
- James Baldwin
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If you are facing a challenge in your life, before asking someone else what to do, remember what you did the last time. Nothing is new in life. Everything has been said or done by you. It may look different. There may be new people involved. It may even feel different, but it's not. The key is to recognize the lesson. Ask yourself, "What am I learning in this situation?" Is it patience? Peace? Forgiveness? Independence? What am I feeling right now? Have I felt it before? What did I do then? Remember, no one can learn your lessons but you. And the best teacher you will ever have is experience.
We are divinely guided at all times and we know exactly
what to do.
Posted by Connecticut Yankee at 6:29 PM