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Don't Be Rattled

Part of life is that some people will satisfy us and some people will disappoint us. 

That is a fact of life and there is absolutely no getting around it. People are flawed and none of us is perfect, so we have to accept that as long as we're around people we are going to be fulfilled by them or let down by them. It doesn't mean the people closest to us don't love us and it doesn't mean the people we aren't that close with are trying to ruin our day. It's just, people are people and even if they have the best intentions, all of us can still fall short sometimes. And since life is not all filled with the hunky-dory we can't let those disappointments bother us. Highs and lows are a part of life. The people who realize that are the most emotionally healthy, because they can bounce back rather quickly after setbacks.

In life we just have to find a way to deal with challenges if we are going to be healthy and happy, because that's how we will be able to make an impact. We can't let disappointments get us off our a-game. If we let every little thing rattle us then we will never achieve anything. This blog post is to encourage you to keep going whether you're at a high or at a low. I've been on both sides and I decided awhile ago that I will fight for life and I will not be rattled. Don't you either. Trust the Lord, because He is the answer to all things. "...but they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint" (Isaiah 40:31).
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