GET INSPIRED : Delay is not Denial

You have truly toiled for a better life but in vain. You graduated 5 years ago but still you are on the streets with worn out shoes chasing jobs. Or you have done those endless job interviews but none has been successful.

You have truly toiled for a better life but in vain. You graduated 5 years ago but still you are on the streets with worn out shoes chasing jobs. Or you have done those endless job interviews but none has been successful.

Certainly, you end up with more questions in life than answers. Desperately, we chase after things in life that seem so far.

The more we aim higher to get them, the higher they go. If wishes were horses, everyone would prefer a fancy house, posh cars, well paying jobs and the best family to lean on incase of a storm.

While those considered to be the “lucky ones” enjoy all these, the unlucky ones don’t even share a small portion of the blessing.

It all sums up into questions whether God has favorite children who he blesses! Is God biased or some people are just paying for their great grand parents’ misdeeds?

Is it that the poor or unemployed people are sinners?
The distinct answer for all this is “delay is not denial.” Yes, taking long to achieve your hearts’ desire doesn’t mean you will never achieve it.

The only hindrance to reaching the stars is giving up! Desperate people prefer sulking about what they don’t have than aiming higher to achieve it.

All humans fail. The magic for successful people is rising from a fall and gathering the guts to try again.
 And who tells you that failure lasts forever! You will have impending issues in life, but it doesn’t mean that you have lost the battle.

Winners never quit while quitters never win! Besides, trials and delays happen to groom us so that we perfect our expectations when we get them. If you fail 10 job interviews, you’ll definitely know how valuable your job is once you get one.

If you work hard to get rich, you’ll know how to respect the wealth you’ve been blessed with. Infact people, who get everything on a silver platter, often misuse it all only to end in zeros.

“For those who wait, the best awaits them,” says Joel Mugisha an evangelist.

His is a miracle tale.

He got married at the age of 39. By that time, his parents always rebuked him for having no wife at such an age, but he remained patient.

And guess what, he describes his 26 year old wife as the most gorgeous, intelligent and warm woman he has ever known!

Meanwhile, some have cursed the day they were born just because they consider themselves failures in everything!
Time has turned out to be man’s best enemy, people are tired of waiting. Every single minute without reaching their goals hurts.

Well life is a paradox where some earn best things that they don’t deserve, but that doesn’t mean that not achieving immediately is the end of the road.

No matter what you have waited for, but failed to achieve, just hang in there. You will achieve when you least expect. This is because giving up won’t also provide any concrete solution.

A little courage and patience will get you to the stars.

lillianean@yahoo.com

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