The few and the true give their lives away in acts of quiet selflessness that naturally follows the footsteps of those who have preceded them on the upward path.
Resisting, complaining about, or even feeling sorry for ourselves about the “bad” things that are happening is totally normal and what we’re often encouraged to do by people around us and our culture in general – whether we do it out loud with others or just in our own heads. However, these things, while understandable, don’t address the real issues, the genuine emotions we’re experiencing, or make things better for us.
A friend of mine called me out on something important last week. He said, “Mike, this ‘story’ you have about things being ‘hard’ for you isn’t really true. It seems…