June 29 – Daily Reflection
Suffering is the tuition one pays for a character degree.
– Richard M. Rayner, M.D., SparkPeople member
What you really learn from hardships
“Perhaps you think this isn’t very positive sounding, but I find it helps people (patients and friends) put hardship, which is inevitable, to good use,” says Richard. “People can use their suffering either to gain character or become bitter. The ones who choose bitterness live a long, slow death. The ones who choose character truly live.” Richard is right on the money. Happiness and sadness don’t happen to us–they come from within. The story of your life will be written with or without your help. The next chapter is happening while you read this. Will you wait to see what it says later, or will you help write it?
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