You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

I like how @UberFacts put it:

The opposite of paranoia is “pronoia.” This is the belief that a massive conspiracy exists to help you.

Because sometimes when you look at everything around you, from your stand point, things might seems like they are not going according to plan.

That’s what YOU believe.

This is not what Life or God or the Universe, call it what you want, believes.

The Universe has like a bird’s eye view on your life.

And because you don’t have the view that the Universe has, you tend to believe that life is a constant struggle for you.

When it turns out that this is just a temporary process that you need to go through so that you can reach the good that you desire at the end of what you are calling “struggle.”

Life is always set up for progress & expansion.

What a caterpillar calls death, a butterfly calls birth.

The end of night is only the beginning of day.

Winter warms up into spring.

A burning concept will crawl at your inner thoughts until you turn it into form.

That shows that Life is progressive, and since you’re part of life, You too are set up for progress in all areas of your life.

And since you cannot begin to imagine the means of how life can turn things around for you for the better, you just need to trust in the whole scheme of things.

The “scheme” in this case being a progressive one.

“Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.”
~ Earl Nightingale,
author of The Strangest Secret

So at the end of it all you are living in a world that is designed for advancement & growth & success.

Sometimes things have do be hard or/and painful in order for change to happen for you.

But as you trust in the process and continue to push forward with unwavering faith, will things work out in the end.

This is when you would work WITH Life and instead of against it.

You just need to trust.

“When you have inspired thoughts, you have to trust them, you have to act on them.”
~ Dr. Joe Vitale,
Author of the Attract A New Car (Or Anything Else!) Course

I love you.

Thank you.

I’m sorry.

Please forgive me.

~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele

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