Saturday, October 20, 2012
It Will All Pass Eventually.
What's going on people? It's ya man Brad H coming back at you once again with another edition of "Brad H's Perspective". Like I mention always, thanks a lot for tuning in. It's been a couple of weeks since I wrote an original blog post. Last week was my godmother's birthday, so her and other family members came into town to celebrate. We had a great time overall. I'm now looking forward to Thanksgiving this year. We had a great one last year, and I'm hoping this next one will be even better. Alright enough of all that, it's time to get into this weeks discussion. I'm titling it; "It Will All Pass Eventually".
Bad news, bad incidents, and troubles are all a part of life. There is no way of getting out or around it. Any person that is alive and under the sun, is bound to have bad things happen from time to time. Often times we may receive bad news, or get hit with something negative. It's only natural for something bad happening to change our moods a bit. I mean you can be having a great day, and then someone can come along and ruin it for you. Now being that we're all different and react to things differently, I'm not suggesting that everyone allows others to ruin their mood. Some people have extremely thick skin, and don't let anything or anyone affect how their day is going. However, no matter how tough a person is or claims to be, everyone has a breaking point in life.
No matter how hard times get or how bad things tend to be, just know that it will all pass over eventually. None of us can control what anyone says or thinks about us. However, we can control how we choose to react. You can either let bad things and what others say get to you and break you down, or you can choose to let it roll off of your shoulder. Pain is a part of life, but it doesn't have to control and dictate your life. Things may hurt or bother us for sometime, but they will eventually pass if you're open to moving forward. I had a conversation with my godmother's husband a few months back, and we were discussing a serious topic. He said something to me that has stuck with me since that conversation. He said something along the lines of "It's okay to cry tonight, but it's all about what you do tomorrow." Pretty wise words if you ask me.
So the bottom line is that we need to keep our minds and hearts open to moving on. Life is all about progressing, so we gotta do what we need to in order to keep moving forward. So to everyone that got fed some negativity today, or may be having a lot of bad things happening now, it will all pass eventually. Just remember keep your head up, and try to keep a positive outlook. Like that old saying goes; "Tough times don't last, tough people do". Well that's it for this edition of "Brad H's Perspective". Remember that no one is perfect, and we're all human beings. Uplifting and encouraging one another is the way to go. That's exactly what I'm trying to do with this blog. More content is on the way, so stay tuned. Thanks for tuning in, and we'll see you in the next post. Peace!