Embrace the discomfort

Whenever life gets a little uncomfortable we begin to cringe. We try to wish the discomfort away. We tend to lose sight of all the good things and singularly focus on that which causes all the discomfort. Yet we hardly realize that our greatest growth happens only in this discomfort, beyond your comfort zones.

The challenges and setbacks are a part of life. Try to embrace them with perfect calm. I know it’s easier said than done but it only develops with practice. As you get more mature you will see how external circumstances matter only to the extent you allow yourself to be affected.

But here’s a secret I am going to let out today, all the painful and tough situations you go through in life are only strengthening you now – preparing you for your future.

Have you ever gone through something bad which eventually turned out for your good?
Yes, that is how every failure and discomfort in your life will work out for you.
For your greatest good. Maybe you don’t see it just yet.

Don’t try to wish away the discomfort but see it for what it truly is – the path to your greatest growth. And if you can’t see it yet, hold on, show some faith. It’s just around the corner. All things will work out for your greatest benefit.

It is only in the moments of discomfort and pain that the Universe gives you a chance to understand your inner engineering, to listen to your insecurities, and then to outgrow your fears and to become greater than your present self. Therefore, embrace the discomfort and pain, and you will be amazed to see how all seemingly unbearable things will fall into place for your good.

Try not to resist the changes that come your way.
Instead, let life live through you. And do not worry that your life is turning upside down.
How do you know that the side you are used to, is better than the one to come?


Life is preparing you for greater things to come.
The lessons may be boring or painful to go through but it is there only for you.
For your greatest good. For your highest benefit. Maybe you don’t see it just yet.