There’s always that point when your life begins to show promise and progress. Happiness begins to fall upon you, love opens a door, and success in your career or relationships with friends strengthen. Without warning, something comes along to jeopardize what you’ve diligently worked to build. At times you already have enough to deal with, situations that cause stress, have the tendency to surround you even more. As relentless negativity keeps piling on your weary, fraught shoulders, it has the ability to make you feel broken, if not break you. It happens, and it will continue to happen if you decide to keep playing that game. When you’re making a consistent effort to change your life with positive strokes of progression, know the opposition will be waiting for you the same way it’s there … in any game. Opposition is meant to keep you from winning, so it does its best. Keep in mind, when the opposition fights you harder and gets stronger it’s because you’ve become a real opponent. If you don’t want to miss what God is trying to show and do for you, then stop listening to and giving your opponent your attention. Stay grounded with faith. Don’t waste time playing a game that you may lose, but you will win if you stay on the path you were destined to travel.
9 thoughts on “Navigating Around Your Opponents”
Umm, are you really just giving this info out for nothing?
What a stuff of un-ambiguity and preserveness of valuable know-how about unexpected
Absolutely, you have to plan out your strategy right. Thank you for sharing! xo
Amen! Take the high road and stay focused and don’t let your opponent shine! Beautiful article Marala! Thanks for sharing!
Cynthia, you’re very welcome. These are words I practice as they help me, which is the reason I share them. I hope you continue to join me for more inspiraiton. Have a wonderful week. xo
Thank you Marala, Your inspiration helps me to see things in a dif. light and it’s a big help in facing my day. Thank you so much.
Exactly. Thank you Erin! xo
Exactly! Thank you Erin! xo
That’s a great point! Don’t add fuel to a fire…