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Realizing that duality outward life, I always believe that should be grateful for the problems that come to me because behind the difficulties there is always another side that is beneficial to me, it is like a blessing in disguise, and vice versa with pleasure. As Kahlil Gibran also said, your joy is your sorrow unmasked. In this context, I also consider it the same as a disaster.

Disasters that are outwardly are fire and torture but inwardly are the light and mercy or blessings. It is a gift of the Divine, God, the universe, or anything “Greater and Sublime” than humans. By looking at difficulties from a spiritual perspective, we actually plant and will reap a true, eternal gift.

Everyone knows that storms must pass, but not everyone draws valuable experience and wisdom from the storms that have passed, at least not realizing it.

I am sure there is nothing new that you do not know from this short article, but somehow I must write something to accompany the painting that I posted, right?

Go Through” – Digital painting by Albert Herdie.

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  1. You will have failures. You will get hurt. You will make mistakes. You will have periods of depression and despair. Family, education, work, daily life problems – these can all hinder your training. However, the inner arrow of the compass should always point in the same direction toward the target. Stuart Macburt

    If you have a purpose and you are going in the right direction, you are strong to perish. You have not lost the way.

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  2. The chaos in the image is what I get from your words. And it is what I feel each day in the world. But you also offer hope in the midst of chaos. That is what we all have to do in life. Somehow turn the bad into the good. Very difficult to do, but also a necessity to be able to come out the other side. So good to see you and read your words again my friend.

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    • Weight training is a “torture” for the muscles until the muscles “break” and then grow new and increase, as well as problems and disasters. Problems and disasters, if we see it as a life lesson, will surely make us graduate and move on to the next class. You’ve done well so far, Carol dear friend.

      Thank you for your appreciation, I really appreciate it.

  3. I have not reached the level where I could associate disasters with blessing! I have more work to do to get there!
    Water, fire, ash and struggle is what I see in your painting! If you came out alive going through all this, it means you are very strong!

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    • A telco company in my country has been thrown by the government from the capital and can only play from a province very far from the capital. From that province, the company has built a network of almost all regions except the capital city. When the government finally changed and the company was allowed to enter the capital, the company immediately soared beyond other telco companies that were golden-raised by the government. The company that is now a digital company is the biggest in its industrial environment.

      It is you! You will get out of all the problems that are happening right now because you are strong!

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