It seems like in life we are always building something. When we were young we would play building blocks to see how things grew. We would build trust with our parents, and build our brains with knowledge. Why then do things seem to get broken when we try to build them up.  What is growth suppose to look like?


As we grew, we would build relationships, friendships and families of our own. Then businesses and networks. Just look around, all the things you see have been built by someone!


What are you trying to build?

What is your story?

Where are you going?

Why are you doing it?

Do Things seem to get worse when you are trying to make them better?


“Every life has a story.. if we only bother to read it”

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It can seem like when you are entangled with life, your mind leaps from problem to problem to problem, tangling your thoughts in anxious knots. It is not so much adverse events that make you anxious as it is your thoughts about those events.


So how are you going to build?


Why do you want it to grow?


One way to grow in business and in personal life is to get followers or friends some may call it.   Finding a way to share and communicate your thoughts and solutions and show others what you have found in order to help them do the same.


Just remember that you don’t want to kill the messenger when they bring on the troubles to make the change. As things seem all wrong, sit back and take a look at where you are and for the growth opportunities that are unfolding. Find your positive focus, May it Be in the Lord Our God, to show you the way to handle the situation. Or in a friend or colleague?


Most of the situations that entangle your mind are not today’s concerns; you have borrowed them from tomorrow. So, do not dwell on the things that have not folded out yet. Rejoice in your problems for they make you stronger and think of how you can share your experiences with others when you have concord it! Learn to build.


A simple mind tends to look backwards, longing to undo decisions that you have come to regret. This is a waste of your time and energy, only leading to frustration. Release your mistakes and tell yourself that you are only human and they WILL continue, but knowing you can LEARN from them and weave both the good choices and the bad together to make a lovely design that is called YOU.




 The solution will most likely cause more suffering before it is revealed.


Do not long for the absence of problems in your life!   That is also a waste of your time and energy. Begin your day anticipating problems and learn how to equip yourself for whatever difficulties you will encounter. View it as a challenge and use it to grow.



God has always made something good out of our and his suffering.

And Your Faith will absorb the sin and the sickness.



P.S.   Everyone has a story, learn to share it and help the world grow.

P.S.S.   Learning how to tell your story and build your future then to let others hear it and read about it, is a great way to share with the world and solve more problems than you can imagine.


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6 thoughts on “Why Do We Have Brokenness In The Face Of Growth

  1. Great post. Turn your wounds into wisdom. You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water

  2. Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular post! It is the little changes that make the greatest
    changes. Many thanks for sharing!

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