Anyone who has ever been through a challenge can attest to the fact that we have a lot of questions on our minds. We even go as far as vocalizing these questions. Questions like “why me?”, “why now?”, “what did I do?” . . . . and the likes.
During my journey, I had a lot of questions. I cried a lot but somewhere along the way, I had an epiphany. I realized I had been asking the wrong questions, so I quit those and I started asking the right questions.
The most important question I asked was “what lesson do you want me to learn from this experience Lord?” Others were: “how can I use this to help others?” “How do I move forward from this point?” “How can I live my life to the fullest inspite of this struggle?”
When I started asking the right questions, I learnt to stop focusing on the negatives and I started seeing the positives. My eyes became open to the silver lining in the midst of the dark cloud.
Now I ask, what questions do you ask when faced with a challenge? If you have been asking the wrong questions, learn from me and start asking the right ones so you can start living your life to the fullest.
Stay hopeful … Find your purpose!
Facebook: Kemi Olawaiye-Dampson // Livingfreetolive
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