Losing is not only something hard to face, but to move on from, depending on what was lost, or to ever regain the feeling of moving forward without what was lost. Losing can break you, discourage a thought or movement, or to have faith in anything or anyone again. But it could also motivate you to restore what was lost and replace it with something greater, larger, or better than before. I’ve lost so many times in my life this year. But as I now look back at all the things I’ve lost, I do not understand the strength that I had, or where it came from. How do I locate it for other hard times, who gave it to me, and how did I find the secret key to unlock the sacred box it’s kept in. Not realizing such a power of this super natural strength I had only surfaced when I really needed it.
It’s a struggle and fight to only focus on what you have now, and not what you had. Things are remove for a reason, a purpose, and a sense of higher development.
At the time of losing, you’re not able to see the forthcoming, the opportunity, the prospect, or hope of something good. We’re thinking and analyzing the question and only thought, which is ‘why’. You’re feeling hurt, deserted, disappointed, hopelessly confused. You even get angry, looking for someone to blame, after you’ve blamed yourself enough. You don’t want to be the reason for the lost, you’ve contemplate everything you’ve done right, things you could of done to avoid the lost of losing something. I’m here to tell you… I’ve lost, and lost, and lost, and now I’ve gained more than I ever had in the first place of losing. As a friend told me, at time it’s hard to move on but you have let your arms catch you by the ankles so that you’re able to walk through it… It’s hard to trust into something good, that you’re not sure of what it is yet, but to know its coming. So we have to get up, and keep going, find the motivation in us to know everything is going to be “just fine”. This is a setback preparing us for comeback, becoming a better person understanding life’s curves and detours. Detouring from a regular route to see another way with a much better scenery. Not missing out on God’s creation of moving through life too fast.
A season of losing is not defeat nor accident, but all an encouraging motivation of lifting to another echelon. A reflection of the past to continue to the next phase, that moves forward to more chapters. Which leads to an unforgettable ending. Losing, a scene of slow motion, causing the grasp of your mind and hands a head start on life’s most prize possession. A lead of catching the world.
In order to motivate ourselves or to see what we’re missing, we have to experience a low point, which in some cases is losing something that your eyes are contracted on, everything and every moment counts, evaluations are in movement… You’re now seeing what was once blind. Colors of mist and calmness, an outlook on what’s to come and not lost, remember to reflect on being still when losing something, try to understand what is to come, and what has now ended. In other words look into the sacredness of the future and take along with you the memories, the lessons, and the gifts of what is now gone and to become.