Advice / Inspiration

Your “bad luck” is “good luck” in Disguise 

Ever heard the saying, “when it rains it pours?” Totally accurate. Your tire pops, your mom gets sick, your friend stops calling you, your bike gets stolen, you lose your license. All in the matter of, hey, let’s say two weeks. Why does this happen? Why does it seem all bad things happen at once? 

Well I’m sure you have also heard of, “all good things must come to an end.” Don’t think of it that way. Not all good things end, and sometimes good things end for better things to come. That strain of bad luck will have one appreciate the good much more. 

We all take things for granted as it is, imagine if nothing ever went wrong. What would life be? You can’t expect life to be perfect, just as you can’t assume you are perfect, or the one you love is perfect, or anything if perfect. 

Perfect is just a word. Bad is just a word, good is just a word. Life is even just a word. Things happen for strange reasons. You can’t give up when things get tough. If you have a bad day at work, tomorrow can only get better. 

Stop categorizing your life situations by being bad or good. Just accept them for what they are and don’t think much more into it. Do not let the feeling of being upset take over your mind and lead to negative thoughts. 

Your bad luck will make sense in the end and you will end up thinking you had good luck. If you put a bird in a room with no food, it will still continue to search. It does not think about its’ “bad situation” it takes the situation and tries to make the most from it. When the universe puts you in a situation where you feel like you want to give up, do not give up. 

A cup is never half empty or half full, it is always full, maybe not with water (what you can see) but with air.


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