Brethren the minute you accept your limitations then you will go beyond them. Instead of focusing on the things that you can’t do, you should focus on things that you can do and live without limits. Yes, there is CONVID-19, But instead of letting its changes dictate your life, you should take control(attain a limitless life) and, try to turn every negative experience due this Convid-19 into something worthwhile.
According to Isaiah 40:29 it says “He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak; even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary; they will walk and not be faint.”
Between you and every good thing that you wish to achieve, there is a series of obstacles (Mountains, Red seas and even Giants to kill) and the bigger the thing you want to achieve, the bigger the obstacles. Your decision to be, have, and do something out of the ordinary involves facing difficulties and challenges that are out of the ordinary as well require a person operating at a limitless capacity.
Sometimes your greatest asset to attain a limitless life is simply your ability to stay with it longer than anyone else. Living without limits means that we face difficulties and obstacles head on and that we don’t give up. Some people will always throw stones(obstacles) in your path. It depends on you what you make with them, walls or Bridges? “… for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.” 2 Corinthians 12:10.
Remember you are the only who can make or unmake your life no one else. So, the next time any change makes you want to give up, just remember how you came out strong against Convid-19.
The things that other are doing during this Convid-19 to move forward and operate at a limitless capacity, despite the changes trying to do its best to derail you, are things we all can do when a tidal wave of change tries to overtake us.
To move forward in the wake of Convid-19 change we can do a number of things:
We need to practice acceptance. Acceptance is coming to terms with the reality of the situation. Accepting that things are what they are isn’t a weakness at all; it doesn’t mean that you are giving up or giving in. Instead, “Acceptance simply means that you recognize and understand your current situation during this trying moment. Acceptance allows you to be free from the shackles of denial and move forward in life leading to you attain a limitless life, creating a new path and a new life for yourself.”
Brethren, accepting what the change has brought means letting go of what was before the change, adjusting, making sense of what happened, and coming to terms with ‘this is the life that God has now given you. Getting to acceptance is not easy; however, it is necessary if we are to move forward with our lives. We should tell ourselves and close ones, “That was then, this is now. I am Moving on.”
The thoughts we choose to think are the tools we use to paint the canvas of our lives. If we think we can’t, we won’t be able to. If we think we can, we will be able to. our minds will begin to focus on what we want rather than on what we do not want. we can’t go back in time and there’s no undoing this. There’s no point in feeling sorry for ourselves; all we can do is try to do the best we can with what we’ve got.
No matter what change brings about, it is important to remain focused on the things we want to achieve; give them the attention they deserve. Learn how they can be accomplished in the changed situation of today? Learn what can we do with what we have to move toward and reach those desired things? The change may alter how we reach those things and if we keep them in our sight; we stay focused on them; we will reach them.
In times of change like what we are experiencing on a day to day basis, our family and friends can serve as our biggest support system. They are there to listen, counsel, challenge, help, and do whatever it is we need to help us deal with the change and move beyond it. They will provide shoulders to lean on, words of encouragement, hands to hold, and ears to listen. They can help put things in perspective and keep us on the forward moving path. It does take a village to help us get through life, especially the challenging times.
Remember some days are harder than others, and that’s what keeps us alive. To survive this tough time means we pick ourselves up and stay focused on our life’s purpose. Remind yourself always that “The LORD is with me; I will not be afraid. What can man do to me?”-Psalm 118:6