10 Easy Ways To Avoid Discouragement
Every day, be full of awareness of the beauty around you. Be full of gratitude for friends and family, for the goodness you find in others, for your health and all you’re capable of. Be full of acceptance of yourself and others – without conditions of judging, knowing that differences and changes make life interesting. Appreciate the gifts of laughter and fun in your life, and find contentment in in knowing that you can always control your ability to look on the bright side. -Barbara Cage
Ten Thoughts to Help You Avoid Discouragement
(1) Look at life as a journey, and enjoy the ride. Get the most out of the detours, and realize they’re sometimes necessary.
(2) Do your best, but if what you’ve been doing has caused you discouragement, try a different approach. Be passionate about the process, but don’t be so attached to the outcome.
(3) Wish the best for everyone, with no personal strings attached. Applaud someone else’s win as much as you would your own.
(4) Trust that there’s a divine plan, that we don’t always know what’s best for us. A disappointment now could mean a victory later, so don’t be disappointed. There is usually a reason.
(5) Ask no more of yourself than the best that you can do, and be satisfied with that. Be compassionate toward yourself as well as others. Know your calling, your gift, and do it well.
(6) Don’t worry about something after it’s done; it’s out of your hands then, too late, over! Learn the lesson and move on.
(7) Have the attitude that no one, except you, owes you anything. Give with expecting a thank-you in return. But when someone does something for you, be appreciative of even the smallest gesture.
(8) Choose your thoughts or your thoughts will choose you; they will free you or keep you bound. Educate your spirit and give it authority over your feelings.
(9) Just no one, and disappointment and forgiveness won’t be an issue. No one can let you down if you’re note leaning on them. People can’t hurt you unless you allow them to.
(10) Love anyway…for no reason…and give…just because.
Written by: Donna Fargo