Wednesday, 6 April 2016


We all wish for positive changes in our lives and in everything we do. Of course, this is quite amazing and very commendable because these changes make us better persons and help to remove us from the subsisting misery that seems to be the greatest adversary of our dear lives. Just as nothing good just comes through mere wishes, these have a cost. But, usually, some people are not ready to venture into this journey of fortune, rather, they prefer to get it in the quick and easy ways, and that is why real success seems to be far away from them.

In life nothing is permanent; not even the happiest happiness or the saddest sadness. There always is an overlap. But the good news is that we have been given the capabilities of changing situations to whichever that we so desire; whether from good to bad or the reverse. This simply presupposes that we are the lords over the situations we find ourselves and not the other way round. I know really well that this might appear crazily ridiculous to many whose situations appear to be the worst, but it's the simple truth, which must be expressed unequivocally. And until we understand it as such, coping with difficult situations effectively certainly will be a hard nut to crack.

So, changing bad situations to good, or good ones to better ones is never a piece of cake, there are structural preconditions. And this starts from the mind. The mind is the principal factor that shapes the change of circumstances. Most of the things we do are a product of the mind. So, where your mind often is of the negative, having positive transformation is impossible. It is indisputably asserted and believed that a change within fosters a change without; hence, intrinsic factors primarily influence external occurrences.

It also is quite expedient and essential to understand the causes of the difficult scenarios that mop the sweat of happiness and good living away from us and the destructive repercussions or effects  that ensue if they are not treated very appropriately. It is obviously clear that one cannot solve what he does not understand, and that constitutes a vital reason why comprehension is also paramount. Thus, whenever you have difficult issues, which seem uncommon to you, try to understand them. That way you have an idea on how to tackle it positively.

Moreover, patience is a concrete element. Change comes gradually and serially, it does not come too sudden or too quickly. Most often, I see myself wanting a sudden end of the irksome situation I am into, it isn't wrong to feel that way, but it just does not help the situation. So, I do things that are expected of me and then employ patience and perseverance to get the real change, which I truly deserve at the material time. Do not be too hasty or let the circumstance awaken a drastic anger in you, because that will definitely increase the temperature. Anger does not solve anything right, it only causes more problematic problems.

Above all, have confidence in the confidence of your belief. The manner in which most things happen establishes that there is a supernatural being whose actions are beyond our human comprehension. Believing in God and trusting Him, looking unto Him as the author and finisher of everything, will go a very long way to helping you to cope with tribulations and tragic situations alongside making you the very right person you really want to become. He never fails and He never neglect those who call upon Him in tough times.

Whether you are a student, a businessperson, a teacher, a professional, no matter what you do and no matter what you are, there always is one thing that is dominant; tough times or changes. That posits that it is not strange to be confronted by it. However, it becomes strange and perilous if you use the wrong mechanisms to tackle it. Bad situations will rule you if you give it rooms and then make yourself a begging tenant. If you also have doubt in your faith, you will easily follow the dark side in your heart, ignoring the shining bright light, which leads to relief. No change will dig big holes in your heart if you really understand the causes and the reasons for you to determine it with well-principled blocks coupled with right mental construction.



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