Murphy's other law
We have all heard that what ever can go wrong will usually go wrong, Right? Well Wrong; Noooo is the correct answer; unless you just go around looking for the worse in life?
Date: 7/5/2010 7:15:48 AM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 6619 times
There is always a better way, if we learn how to seek it!
Here is a review of putting this principle into action in your life!
*** You've heard of Murphy's Law: Whatever can go wrong will usually go wrong.
Well, there's a similar law or Murphy Law II. This one states that, left to themselves, things have a tendency to go from bad to worse. Espicially things which are man made...
When someone or something is causing you grief, -- for almost any reason -- the situation will tend to get worse rather than better, if left unresolved. Avoid the temptation to engage in denial, to pretend that nothing is wrong, or to wish that, whatever it is, it will go away. Because it won't just go away. Ultimately, you will have to face the situation and do something about it. DUH!!
There's an old saying that, " you can't solve a problem on the level which you meet it " - in other words, that wrestling, worring and freeting with a challenge is usually fruitless and frustrating.
For example, if two people who are in any relationship that are constantly fussing and fighting but negotiating in an attempt to resolve their difficulties; they're attempting to solve their problems on the wrong level. But by moving their problem to a higher level, then dealing with the problems in a different light, they should ask the question, "In terms of seeking a non angry approch, is this the right relationship for us to use in the first place?"
As soon as you bring happiness or peace as your measure of rightness, you begin to see a situation entirely differently.
Many people work very hard and experience considerable frustration trying to do a particular job. However, in terms of their own happiness or satisfaction, the right answer might be to do something else, or to do what they're doing in a different place, in a different way or to do it with different people -- or all three
Start looking at the difficulity in a different way, adjust your approch to allow for success and resolution! a true-ism
" Love your neighbor as you self! " This is what God desires!
BTW: This is not a self admoration event!
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