The casualties of life sometimes call for desperate measures. You question your purpose, life it’s self. Why, why God? What did I do? What are you trying to do? What are you trying to say? What could you possibly be teaching me? I know I’m not the only one. Feeling desperate and vulnerable.
It is in that space of searching and surrender that you learn the most. That space of darkness and loneliness. It’s in that place of desperateness that you can be molded and shaped. “I’ll try anything you want me to God,” you say. And with your back against the wall, no where to turn you open yourself up the change and growth needed. The understanding necessary to elevate you to the next level. The casualty was the only thing to get you to the place where you needed to be…DESPERATE MEASURES.
Quote: “Desperation is a necessary ingredient to learning anything, or creating anything. Period.” –Jim Carrey
Tip: Everything happens for a reason. Look at the lesson that can be learned. Don’t be too quick to react to casualties. Calm down. Pray.