In my experience, I have found that my circumstances are always teaching me lessons, if I am willing to learn. Recently, due to matters that are out of my control, I re-learned several lessons through the struggle of my expectations.
In my article, Some Lessons Learned through the Struggle of My Expectations, I shared several lessons that my circumstances and expectations taught me.
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Below are some of the lessons that my circumstances and expectations have once again taught me.
Some Lessons Learned through the Struggle of My Expectations
- I am not powerless to change the things I can
- Focus on what I can change, not on what I can’t change
- My circumstances are meant to build me up, not keep me down
- My circumstances are teaching me lessons. I need to be open to learning
- I am not a prisoner of my expectations
- I do not have to stay stuck by my anxiety
- I do not have to focus on what I am powerless to change
- My expectations of people, places, and things get me in trouble
- What I need to focus on is keeping my expectations low and my acceptance high (of what I am powerless to change)
- I can ask for what I need, but then I need to let go
- I need to keep my focus on the goal and not allow myself to be distracted by what is out of my control
- Don’t allow my expectations to distract me
- Don’t allow my expectations to keep me from experiencing good in my life
- Keep my focus on the goal(s) that I want to achieve in and through life
- Struggles are meant to empower me through awareness, acceptance, and action
- Through struggle, I can find freedom
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