St. Paul once wrote the following: "we know that suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope." We often don't think in this direction. It's not the way that modern society has taught us to think. Things are supposed to be easy - right? You can even buy a big red button that you press to make things instantly easy. It turns out that St. Paul was right. We can learn from our difficulties because they can help us to have a stronger character. How are you developing your character today?
The Most Important Relationship
Difficulties and challenges with relationships in our lives can often have a significant impact on our mood and sometimes can contribute to feelings of depression. Whilst these relationships are very important to our wellbeing, the most important relationship in our lives often gets overlooked: the relationship we have with ourselves.
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