What Super-Powers would a Super-Victim have? (Impossible…)
This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from an individual who wishes to remain anonymous.
How does one pick up after 30 yrs of successful business only to lose everything including wife of 30 years? I have hit the skids and can't seem to get out.
Everything that happens to you in your lifetime has happened because you created it.
You've created all the joyous moments and the painful moments, and you've created it for a reason.
Napolean Hill states in his book, Think and Grow Rich, that opportunity often comes disguised as misfortune or temporary defeat.
Letting go of any resentment you still hold will allow you to see the opportunity, and although what happened feels like a tragedy, the blessing that it brings far outweighs that tragedy.
There is something really big and powerful on the other side of this, and you created the downfall to force your own growth.
Your first step in overcoming the anger and resentment that is keeping you from seeing the opportunity is to take responsibility for the situation.
You can't be powerful and a victim at the same time.
If you stay in the victim mentality, you will only see with the eyes of a victim, and you will be blind to the opportunities that are before you right now.
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