Dr. Sharpe said, about miracles:
It is difficulties that give birth to miracles.
Life is difficult.
Life sucks sometimes.
Can you undo it?
Sometimes, yes. A lot of the time, no.
In those cases, we have no real choice then but to be positive. If we are not, we will only make things harder.
A blunt somewhat tough truth.
I had a shit start to life and had severe mental health issues in the beginning, and on into adulthood.
Today I am hugely grateful for what I suffered and consider myself one of the luckiest people in the world?
Party because of the stuff I know – wisdom learnt along the way – and the deep peace/joy I have within my soul. (Nothing to do with religious shit, though it is spiritual).
I am so damn lucky that I had difficulties.
My difficulties were way worse than those encountered by most. Partly because they were deeply entrenched in my ‘baby subconscious’. I was f%$k#d before I even got out of the gate.
My difficulties became a springboard to vibrant life and happiness.
Once I wished I was dead but was too scared to snuff myself. Every day. The pain was so bad.
Today I want to live as long as I can to maximise my service to the world.
So quit moaning about how hard your life is.
Turn your inner compass to the search for truth whatever the price.
Sacrifice your own opinions on the altar of wisdom and truth.
Become humble minded.
And bloody well decide that you WILL overcome no matter what.
Call me if you want a hand. I ain’t no monkey.