Until you’re broken…

photo_2017-01-29_15-20-50

“Until you’re broken you don’t know what you’re made of. Leave footprints of kindness wherever you go.”


This quote from my Happy Jar reminded me of something that I have seen multiple times on social media, and perhaps you have too. It goes something like: “Everyone is facing a battle you know nothing about. Don’t judge.” I didn’t bother to search for it, so I doubt this is it word-for-word, but you get the idea.

I think that the above quote could be split into two separate ones. Firstly, life experiences really teach you about yourself. You may think that you are strong, until you face a difficult moment and you react in ways you never thought you would. It is the hard times that make you (especially when you overcome them), not the moments when everything is fine and dandy. We always need faith, but it particularly comes in handy when things go awry and there is no other way to resolve the situation but to use it.

Secondly, because you have no idea what people are going through, just be kind. Being grumpy and moody and difficult is a waste of time. You’re not doing anyone a favour by being a nice person; it’s your duty. So slap on a smile and make someone feel good today.

Have a great Monday, and look out for my next post on Thursday.

Mich x

 BLOGLOVIN’ | INSTAGRAMTWITTER

Advertisements

15 thoughts on “Until you’re broken…

  1. This instantly reminded me of the song “Till it Happens to You” by Corine Bailey Rae (love her). As a former teacher, I learned to be very sensitive in my dealings with people. You never know what others are dealing with. They may unintentionally come off mean, but we have to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. Some people have years of pain built up inside of them and we may be the only person who reacts to them kindly all day. Plus if we were having a bad day (PMS lol) we wouldn’t want others to snap back at us, but to be kind anyway. So we must set the example, all the time, as best we can.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s