Sunday Reflections

Sunday Reflections: Straight Roads Can’t Make You a Better Driver

Living is not all about smooth straight roads. You may hit a bump on occasion, or possibly a deep pothole to knock you out of alignment. Sometimes, more often than not, you will come to curves or sharp turns. Maybe even a detour or two along the way, changing direction from your previous destination.

My Sunday Reflections series is about sharing ideas, thoughts and insights on self-care, relationships, chronic illnesses, growing older, self-improvement, inspiration, or anything else that I feel is useful information and might be of benefit to someone.

Photo by Kaique Rocha from Pexels, edited by haphazardhomemaker

This post is about making a life, but the driving analogy is perfect. I particularly liked this line from his article: “The bumps in life, the problems, and challenges of life make us stronger to face every kind of situations.”

The following author writes inspirational and motivational messages. I find that sometimes just the way something is presented can give us a whole new perspective. I hope you enjoy his post as much as I did.

“Life is not so easy. Every day we face new challenges and hardships. A person rarely has a smooth and problem-free life. There are always hurdles and difficulties in life, which makes us stronger. And that is the real picture of life….”

Click the link below to continue reading.

Motivational article success in life road to success

Straight roads can’t make you a good driver — We build confidence through inspiration and motivation

If you have read this far, I know you are “dismayed” that I’m sending you to another page to finish reading. In all fairness to the original author, it is only right for that person to know that their post is being read. Please let them know that you enjoyed their writing. Thank you!

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