bad day, good day…
feeling like a failure over and over again…
It’s easy to get bogged down by the struggle of all the “no’s” and become discouraged.
What is something you find yourself struggling with frequently?
You want X, but you know you really shouldn’t X… BUT YOU REALLY WANT X!
You get mad.
You feel sorry for yourself.
Or, you give in.
Afterward, you’re mad or sorry for yourself anyway.
Because it’s just TOO HARD. and it’s not fair…
Oh really? What’s “fair”? What’s “hard”?
It all depends on your perspective.
“A strong yes is your best no.” ~Kris Vallotton
Focusing on the negatives moves you in the exact direction you wanted to avoid. Like Kris Vallotton says, “It’s very difficult for a negative to create a positive in your life.”
“If you have a big yes, you don’t have time for all the nos.” (Kris Vallotton again)
This concept applies to every area of your life, and though Kris’ message has nothing to do with minimalism, per se, it’s worth a listen.
Anything you find yourself struggling with, check your focus – do you have a strong yes or are you trying to get by on no’s?
If you’re having trouble finding your “yes”, I know someone who can help you 🙂
“If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.” James 1:5
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