You’ve found yourself here again reading this. I might not know you personally but I can assure you that you’ve made a great decision to read this post.
At the end of today’s post you’d understand why things somewhat happen the way they do. Also, you’d learn to keep the right attitude when issues arise.
Have you ever witnessed the construction of a road?
It’s always a mess, people avoid the area. There’s always so many things going on at the same time.
Now let’s take it one after the other.
⁃ It’s always a mess.
There’s a lot of debris. Sand, gravel, construction trucks, mud, potholes and what have you. It’s not exactly a sight to behold.
⁃ People avoid that area.
No one would wanna pass such a messy place. Be it motorist car or even the pedestrians. The only people you’d see there are those working on it eg builders and engineers. Basically because those are the only people needed to be there. There’s little to no help that a pedestrian can offer at that moment.
The only time they return is when the road is completely done, smoothly tarred and all.
Here it can accommodate everyone and help them get to their journey without stress.
⁃ There’s always a lot going on.
The sand gets delivered one minute, the truck of the granite arrives, inspectors are doing rounds, orders are being shouted all around, a truck is tarring the road etc.
We are sometimes like the like the road getting constructed. Come to think of it, haven’t you felt like your life was in a mess, like there was a lot going on while nothing was going on at the same time, didn’t you loose some friends/family during these trying times?
It happens to the best of us.
Some last long while some for a short time.
A PHASE IS TEMPORARY. A construction doesn’t take life long.
So what happens when the road construction is complete?
People are happy. It brings about joy. The road becomes a better version of itself. The once messed up road which people avoided has now been made beautiful and those who avoided it can’t help but run back to it.
That is how it is my dear friend. Your construction will soon be over. You’re simply just moving from here to there. Hang in there for me, please. Don’t worry, YOU WILL BLOSSOM IN DUE SEASON. You definitely will.
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