Faith Destroys Failure

Why does faith destroy failure?

What does Faith Destroys Failure mean? You only fail at anything  in life if you give up having hope and  faith.  The one absolute I have discovered in life is that if I always have hope I eventually find what I am searching for and can defeat any challenge I face.

Yes, there will always be loss of loved ones, health issues and set backs as we take life’s journey. Many of these things we cannot understand but with faith we can endure. The grief of the loss of someone can be overcome with faith that there is a greater place then  and that we will see that loved one again. When we allow our faith to be taken we are forced into the black abyss of hopelessness and despair that will eventually destroy our hearts and souls leaving us to go through life in a cloud of darkness and self pity.

My doctor, a wonderful women lost two children at very young ages to a crippling disease. I cannot begin to understand the pain she must suffer daily at that type of loss but this women brings hope and medical healing everyday to her many patients, she is always positive and focuses on others. I must believe she is driven by some form of faith.

So why would someone not choose to allow faith to guide thier lives but instead choose to allow dark despair to take over? This is a question that I truly cannot answer. Although, I myself have suffered lose of loved ones and many physical issues, the faith that helps me push on is something  that is not easily explainable. I have always wanted to believe that there was a reason and a purpose for all that has happened in my life. I believe it is simply a choice I have made internally, to believe, and everyone is capable of making that same choice if they desire.

How to find faith

  1. Have belief in yourself – it is as simple as making a decision that your life has meaning, even when you are suffering. We can all believe something good will happen! We can also belief something bad will happen! Which do you choose?
  2. Don’t be afraid to change – one of my favorite sayings is “No Change – No Change”.   If you are a negative person – CHANGE – it is as easy as deciding and having faith you can. If you hate your job find a new one. Look for that job and choose to believe you will find it.
  3. Never give up on yourself or the universe – giving up is the easiest thing in life but persevering and choosing to believe in yourself takes courage.

Manafesting faith and hope into reality has no timetable! It can take a day , a week, a month or years. But if you want something to change and it takes five years, than those five years will go by wheather or not you choose to have faith your dreams will be a reality. Would you not rather go those five years with the joy of faith that you will get there. If you do then you cannot fail. Failure only comes from losing faith.

 

Tony Robbin explains in the following video Changing Your Mindset Can Change Your Life

 

Faith like success is a choice ……CHOOSE FAITH!

Bob

Millennial Challange

Nineteen Trillion dollars of debt, stock market uncertainty and probable tax increases. The future for America’s 75 Million Millennials to say the least is uncertain. But problems are greater than only financial challenges, the are in the individuals.

Who Are The Millennials

“Just beginning to enter the workplace, The Millennial Generation was born between 1977 and 1998. The 75 million members of this generation are being raised at the most child-centric time in our history. Perhaps it’s because of the showers of attention and high expectations from parents that they display a great deal of self-confidence to the point of appearing cocky. As you might expect, this group is technically literate like no one else. Technology has always been part of their lives, whether it’s computers and the Internet or cell phones and text pagers.

Millennials are typically team-oriented, banding together to date and socialize rather than pairing off. They work well in groups, preferring this to individual endeavors. They’re good multitaskers, having juggled sports, school, and social interests as children so expect them to work hard. Millennials seem to expect structure in the workplace. They acknowledge and respect positions and titles, and want a relationship with their boss. This doesn’t always mesh with Generation X’s love of independence and hands-off style.

All Millennials have one thing in common: They are new to the professional workplace. Therefore, they are definitely in need of mentoring, no matter how smart and confident they are. And they’ll respond well to the personal attention. Because they appreciate structure and stability, mentoring Millennials should be more formal, with set meetings and a more authoritative attitude on the mentor’s part.

 

Here is a the challenge that Millennials will face:

http://time.com/247/millennials-the-me-me-me-generation/

Bob