We often wonder why we have to endure hardships. Many times people lose faith in God because they believe that if there was a loving God he would make everything perfect and life would be free of pain and suffering. Many would like to be able to sit around, eat grapes and sing kumbaya all day long.
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It is only human nature to look for the easy way out and blame our problems on someone else or even God. However, blaming someone else for our misfortunes and hardships is not only counterproductive but can actually delay our advancement toward whatever goals we have in life.
We were all put here on school house earth to learn and grow spiritually. This being the case our soul needs to experience all things in order to reach its highest potential. We cannot grow if someone else, including God, is doing everything for us.
It isn’t God’s job to protect us from all of life’s hardships and trials. God’s job is to guide us through our challenges so we may reach the end of our life smarter wiser and more in touch with the God Source.
There is no such thing as social justice, our main objective in reincarnating on planet earth is to become perfect in our relationship with our God. That is how perfection is obtained, perfection has nothing to do with our physical attributes, abilities or characteristics.
In most cases, we didn’t come to earth to enjoy the good life and have God or others provide everything to us, our reason for existing is to open the channel of communication with the Supreme Being thereby walking in the path to enlightenment. Once that channel is open and remains open, then it is possible to enjoy the fruits of our labors to the highest good of all concerned.
It is through hardship we learn enlightenment, once enlightenment is achieved hardship disappears from our lives. that is not to say trials and challenges no longer enter our lives, it just means we learn to deal and solve them in a more positive way. We realize challenges are a necessary part of life, we encounter them to learn and evolve where they no longer have a major impact on our lives.
In fact, many times we welcome the challenges of life and look at every circumstance in life as a positive event and when it passes we reflect on what the life experience taught us and are then willing to move onto the next challenge.
His travels have taken him to most of the United States, as well as Australia, Belize, Egypt and the Canary Islands.
He has studied the Mayan culture of Central America as well as the aborigines of Australia. Photography has given him the opportunity to observe life in various parts of the world.
He has published several books about his adventures.
For more information, please consult his website,www.journeysthrulife.com.
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