God Knows Best

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We encounter so many things in life that are not according to our will. So many days come which bring sorrow and failure along with them. Countless painful nights seem longer than they are. Friends are lost, enemies made, hearts broken; but we still keep going.

Over the years I have learnt that God decides best for us. Every failure eventually turns out to be a success and there really are no secrets to success. It is just a result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure. Despite hard work and perseverance, if we do not achieve a certain target, then it never really was destined for us somewhere, something better, plannedby God is waiting to embrace us. 

We just need to understand God's Master Plans, pray to Him and never loose hope. When facing bad times it should just be considered a test from God. It is, after all, a shallow life that does not give a person a few scars. Sunny days always follow rainy nights. A positive attitude is all which will make our life heaven. Optimism is not going to solve a problem itself, but it will impart us the courage to face that problem. The medical benefits of positiveness are also proven. What we think about and thank about is what we bring about. An affirmative thought alone can put us on a path that leads to happiness, joy and satisfaction and it is a hundred times powerful than a negative thought. Even God encourages us to never lose heart and keep trying. Failures are just temporary setbacks and they are there to make us pull up our socks and strive for a better destiny.

In the end, just remember, if God brings you to it, He'll bring you through it because God didn't promise days without pain, laughter without sorrow, sun without rain; but he did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears and light for the way.

Cheers!

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