Why do I fail, but do not consider myself a failure?
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The reason I am not a failure is because I go on after failing.
The counseling term for this is “resiliency”.
And not to brag, but mine is HIGH!
Not because I want it to be, trust me.
If I had it my way, none of this would turn out this way.
But I am not an unlimited all-powerful cosmic being.
Good thing that I trust one.
The truth is often times we make a bigger deal out of things than we should.
”You just don’t understand me.”
That’s a cop out.
Probably we do, but what we don’t have is the precise same experiences in the specific sequence as you have, but we do understand what you are going through.
You are not alone and not the only one to have issues.
But rest assured, that this is not the end.
There is something more.
What is it we are searching for?
Or are we even looking?
I can tell you where you won’t find it, but you already know.
I can tell you where you can, but you probably don’t want to hear it.
I get it.
I too was an enemy of God.
I hated God. I didn’t believe in Hell or Sin.
I thought all Christians were hypocrites.
And I was wrong.
So when I dust myself off after falling, it is not out of a boot-strap pulling pride.
I think this is a wonderful and interesting time to be alive.
What do you think?
The future together is bright.