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TIPS TO SELF-FULFILLMENT IN LIFE (PART 5)

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THE ROLE OF TRAGEDIES IN SELF FULFILLMENT.

“Sometimes you need a little crisis to get your adrenaline flowing and help you realize your potential.” ― Jeannette Walls.

4. CRISIS ARE NOT TRAGEDIES, THEY ARE TRAFFIC LIGHTS.

Many people have failed to be fulfilled in life simply because they encountered some form of crisis or difficulty in life. Friends let’s face it, there is no one that would ever come to fulfillment or any great height in life without encountering challenges, problems, difficulties and crisis. Problems are a part of life. The faster we get used to that thought the better for us. Problems are not meant to stop you on your way of progress. They are there to propel you forward. How many dreams have died just because difficulties arose on the way? How many projects have been abandoned because some problems arose in the cause of pursuing them? Too many destinies are cut short of their best, because troubles arose in their path. That is why we must be conscious enough of the fact that crisis don’t come to stop us.

“Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed on an equal or greater benefit.” – Napoleon Hill

One of the most constructive ways of maximizing crisis to our benefit is to look at them as traffic lights. In life sometimes, situations arise that are like red lights to us.  At such times we know we must have a temporary stoppage and we must allow somethings to come to pass before we again possess the permit to move forward, full speed. At other times, it is the yellow light we encounter. Crisis, challenges and troubles that don’t entirely stop us but slow us down. They too have their own benefits. Not every crisis in life would be as green light. As paradoxical as that might sound, we pass through different circumstances in life that at first glance would look like unpleasant troubles. However in the long run, these circumstances could actually work out for our good, thereby becoming a green light for our acceleration in life.

So crisis could act as wakeup calls to us. They come to prevent us from dropping into a relaxed mode in our pursuit of self-fulfillment. Most of us will eventually have to look back and thank God for some of our crisis, because crisis might at times be used by God, to remove us from mediocrity of life. Some other crisis are used to lead us into new discoveries, new horizons and new inventions.

At other times, challenges, problems, troubles and crisis come, so that we don’t remain as we are today. When we remain in the same place for too long because we are enjoying the comfort of it, we can never become our future. If you always do the same thing all over again, you would most likely not get new results. You will only get the same old results you are used to getting.

“Sometimes you need a little crisis to get your adrenaline flowing and help you realize your potential.” ― Jeannette Walls.

To achieve new heights, we have to do new things. Therefore crisis, circumstances and problems will often come to our lives as an instrument in the hand of God to move us out of mediocrity into our destiny.

Part 6 Comes Tomorrow. Don’t Miss It!

FOR   THE   LOVE   OF   GOD,   CHURCH   AND   NATION

By Pastor Sunday Adelaja.



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