I have a very strong belief that there is a God or a greater power, and I have become more aware of my spiritual surroundings. I believe that all people have good qualities and that you should assist those who can’t help themselves but are willing to try. You should forgive those who offend you the most. Help as many people as you can and do not expect anything in return.
Many people live a generally happy life but with an underlying frustration, feeling continually trapped. They want to escape the invisible walls that imprison them, but they need inspiration and proper guidance to escape this gray zone. Don’t be afraid to let your guard down and allow other people to help you. You have to be persistent, motivated, and have a clear vision of your short and long-term goals. Do what you love.
I have hit the bottom many times. In life, you are never done. You must keep trying. Positive thinking that focused on solutions to my problems, as opposed to dwelling on the constraints, was key to my recovery. Don’t fall into the trap of blaming others for your situation. Be realistic and you will achieve what you want.
Bio: Robert was unable to read or write. A workplace accident ended up exposing his illiteracy. With hard work, he learned to read and write and went to college in London, Ontario, winning academic awards and graduating in 1997. He has published, “To Dream A Different Dream,” an autobiography that also included some of his poetry. www.survivingadversity.com
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