Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Learning and Growing; Reaping and Sowing

I seriously LOVE life, and I love the lessons that are learned in this lifetime; not always easy, but always so worth it [especially when we handle them well].

A life well lived is not a life without trial and error; it is a life lived with joy and growth and progression through trial and error.

In my faith, we learn a lot about trials and reaping what we sow. I am reading a fabulous book called "The Master Key System," and so many scientific things described go hand in hand with those beliefs.

Read and ponder these quotes, well worth it.

Difficulties, inharmonies, and obstacles, indicate that we are either refusing to give out what we no longer need, or refusing to accept what we require.

All conditions and experiences that come to us do so for our benefit.

Difficulties and obstacles will continue to come until we absorb their wisdom and gather from them the essentials of further growth.

The we reap what we sow is mathematically exact. We gain permanent strength exactly to the extent of the effort required to overcome difficulties.

Charles Haanel

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