Life Gets Hard and that isn’t an unusual statement for anyone. We as humans all experience a hardship at some point in time. Most times it’s not what we want, but we accept it for what it is and keep moving forward. Life Gets Hard truly isn’t an understatement.
This is one of those short posts again…So what do you do when things seem to tense up and get rough? Do you flip out, pray, talk to somebody or hold it in? Or do you get emotional to the point you don’t know what to do? People have so many reactions to situations it’s pretty hard to pinpoint one universal response. The reason I ask is because it seems as if millennials have a hard time with the painful word…LIFE.
Do you see how many words made up “LIFE”?
I can understand my own question about reactions. Imagine experiencing several of these emotions and they fail at one point or another. You sit back and think Life Gets Hard. Like it really does.
The whole purpose of this post is to simply say, no matter how many lemons are thrown at you, don’t try to make lemonade. Roll the lemon to make sure it isn’t too hard. Afterwards cut it open, then juice it.
Life is a process and you have to approach it delicately. If you grab that lemon and you can barely cut through it, well, I reckon you’ll struggle making some good homemade lemonade. But, if you take time to knead it to get the juices flowing, you just might have a rewarding pitcher of lemonade. Don’t try to steer life in the direction you see fit. It is not always set up for you to be in charge. Understand the process of it and let things happen in rightful order. As long as you trust the process, you will learn to knead through the hard times to have the opportunity to see the reward. It’ll all work out in due time.