Our greatest opportunity to feel good and maintain happiness is to constantly seek to uncover a lesson in every condition we encounter in life.
If you’re not learning something, life will teach you a lesson.
Looking for a lesson is the equivalent of instigating change. Just as it feels better to resign than be fired, or to break up rather than be dumped, the one who finds a lesson finds a reason, which removes the sense of helpless that often accompanies unanticipated conditions.
We will not be able to control everything that we encounter, so we must take responsibility for what freewill we do have.
Mindfulness is a tool for helping us recognize our relationship with time. If you are reading and it takes 30 minutes to get through one page, it becomes obvious that your mind is wandering. This is mindfulness.
(1.25) Thought is transmuted into character and character is the magnet that creates the environment of the individual.
2 thoughts on “Looking for a Lesson”
Reblogged this on I can't believe it! and commented:
I like this post by Aperture of Brahma. At the end of the day, life is about learning and moving on, not about things staying ever the same.
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Reblogged this on Musings and Wonderings and commented:
Succinct article about learning from life.