Susan’s Sound Advice #26

Susan's Sound Advice #26

Susan’s Sound Advice #26

Here’s a
great analogy. I actually heard a different version recently, but I am
revamping it to my own personal experience. Whenever I fly and there’s
turbulence, I naturally start to panic. As soon as this happens, I look
around the plane to see if others seem shaken also. It always amazes mewhen I see the person who
is reading their book, listening to music calmly, and basically
ignoring the “roller coaster” ride that the flight has become. For some
strange reason, the fact that these people are calm makes me feel as if
it can’t be that bad. And, of course, it never is. Within a short
time, the turbulence stops, and my “white knuckles” eventually regain
their blood flow. Ok, here’s the analogy I am talking about. We all know
that when we fly, there is usually some form of turbulence, but, if we don’t panic
and go with the flow, the plane stabilizes and we are back to a normal
flight. The same goes for life. We are more than likely going to
experience “turbulence” in our lives…rough spots and trying times.
But, if we have the faith to believe that these bad times, just like
turbulence on a plane, will likely end and life will be a smooth ride
again, we won’t have the need to panic and lose hope during those times.
Remember, a rough patch in life, just like turbulence, is temporary!

Susan Korwin

Model, Certified Life Coach, and Author of "Simple Strides Toward Positive Change". Follow me on instagram @hedred

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