mind-revolution

mind-revolution

Good is good, but bad is divine when it comes to the circumstances, or situation, or the condition whatever you may call it and what apparently you belong to– what seemingly defines your future– what emerges with profound adversities. We have a lot of turn in the road throughout our journey in our life. Not all the turns that we come across are equally favorable. We have pains and pleasure; we have glories and flaws; we have celebration and challenges; we have victories and defeat; we have agony and ecstasy.
At times, we become devastated, overwhelmed. We feel cursed. We doubt our luck. We blame our circumstances. We fall into pieces. Our frustration thrives. An absolute ruination grasps us. We accept all faults and failings as finalities. We put a shocking end to our life in which we never think any progress; any move; any transition is possible.
Haven’t we ever come to learn about the people who we consider as phenomenally successful–who in our eyes are emerged triumphant–who we try to emulate their various aspects of life?
What is the feature that we come to know is often very common?
Fundamentally, it is their difficulties that driven them into their truest possibilities–it is their hardships that let them undergo a complete transformation–it is their darkest hours that helped them realize their inner golden sources–it is their abrupt fall that put them in their highest transitional period– it is their extreme agony that pulled them out their ordinary shell.
Admittedly, no problems we are handed out by life are beyond our ability to tackle. We are not put to a such extent that we cannot make our way out. The situation could be unprecedented, but could not be uncomprehending. It could be unbelievable, but could not be unbeatable.
It is not stunning when an addicted person comes to realize that he must give up alcohol and fight against it not only for the sake of his well-being, but also to save the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. We are not astonished when a physically handicap after a road accident take a solemn oath to do something to stop the very fatal accident. We don’t find it surprising when a long suppressed soul brings the sparks of revolution for the society—takes every initiative to eliminate all the suppression and oppression. They are enlightened through the light they happen to discover during their darkest hours.
It is their sheer difficulties– the absolute darkness that gives them a flash of great insight to know their truest purpose; their highest potential; their actual destination; their purest sense of self worth. They contemplate their struggle as divine blessings. They get a new surge that force them to achieve their glorious success—their absolute greatness.
Every pain, every struggle, every defeat, every hardship that we go through is divine. It is divine because we become stronger, tougher, humbler, more compassionate, and more empathetic during our struggle. We earn a fine attitude to everything we have to tackle– a new chance to get our moral bearings. Through difficulties, we come to know our inner power–the clear vision of who we are–what role to play and our place in the world. We experience a clearer sense of our personal strength and possibilities. We are in very clarifying event—in a transformation period.
The stars high in the sky show up utmost brightly when there is sheer darkness. The most sought after path; the direct channel towards our true destiny often comes to our reach only when we encounter countless difficulties. The most excruciating pain often comes to put our lives in its best notes. We come across our personal excellence through our extreme adversities.
But it’s quite unfortunate of us that in most cases we misinterpret our difficulties—we demonstrate our imprudence to such a great scale which is why we fail to figure out the silver lining of the darkness we encounter. It is because we tend to take narrow views of life and its problems. It is near-sightedness of the soul that permits to throw the really big things into the shadow and put all the attention to the inconsequential matters.
The darkness in our mind can keep us away to see the light through darkness. If our mind is not clear from all forms of negativity, we are unable to see path that might lead us through darkness. If our mind is in the abyss of darkness, we can see no glimmer of hope from any light shining through. We cannot see any beauty of darkness if we fail to have a flash of new insight.
A profound insight is essentially necessary to realize the reality. That we are on the voyage of self-discovery cannot comprehend due to our lack of discretion. It is our lack of proper interpretation of the darkness that keeps us put our name only in census list. We put our name in the giant list of ordinary people.
Since we show sheer inability to embrace the blessings that come to us in disguise, we find a tiny number of biographies and autobiographies which in compared with the giant number of population in the world is only one iota.
And for the very same reason, everybody’s signature is not an autograph.
In our darkest hours, we can come across our new strength only if we pay our conscious attention to interpret the situation.
True purpose of life hardly anybody can come across without hard times. Nothing could be as blessing as the darkness we face. The faster we understand the better.
Let’s show the gratitude for the hardships we have had to date.

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