Accepter l’imprévisible afin de surmonter les obstacles de la vie…

A partir de l’enfance jusqu’à l’âge adulte, nous apprenons, plus ou moins vite, que les surprises ne sont pas toutes agréables, mais certaines causent de l’anxiété et du stress, car les événements imprévus bouleversent notre bien-être émotionnel et physique. Mais les dures épreuves font partie de notre existence, suivies des moments de désarroi, de peine, et une fois, l’harmonie rompue, nous sommes angoissés et choqués, alors que nous portons en nous les ressources et la force nécessaires pour surmonter les obstacles. Même s’il est impossible d’expliquer la raison des événements tristes qui nous touchent, le fait de comprendre la situation et de l’accepter, nous apportera au moins, la paix intérieure et un sentiment d’équilibre. Bien qu’il soit souvent improbable de nous préparer à une situation ou de modifier des circonstances sur lesquelles nous n’avons aucun contrôle, nous pouvons modifier notre réaction et gérer les difficultés présentes. Comment? – En mettant des mots dessus, en recherchant des solutions – seuls ou avec d’autres, nous pouvons espérer ou deviner d’éventuels dénouements, avancer, et en sortir plus forts… 🙂
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pix taken @ Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, Japan

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Accepting the unpredictable in order to overcome the obstacles of life… From childhood to adult age, we learn, more or less quickly, that not all surprises are pleasant, but some of them may cause anxiety and stress, as unforeseen events shake our emotional and physical well-being. Yet, hard trials are part of our existence, followed by moments of distress, pain, and once harmony breaks down, we turn anxious and shocked, whereas we do have resources and the necessary strength to overcome the obstacles. Even though it’s impossible to explain why sad events affect us, understanding and accepting the situation will, at least, bring us inner peace and a sense of balance. Nevertheless, it’s often unlikely to get ready before a situation occurs or to modify the circumstances we can’t control, but we’re able to change our reaction and manage the present difficulties. How? – by expressing ourselves, looking for solutions – alone or with others to catch a glimpse of hope over the possible outcome, step out and move on stronger… 🙂
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Have a harmonious and balanced week ahead, folks! 🙂

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Posted on 26 November 2017, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. The difficulty to me comes in the fact that we enjoy (if we’re lucky!) long harmonious periods, during which we tend to forget the fact that troubles and sadness are part of the process. When they fall, it can be a rude shock. Yet, there is no point in anticipating the bad when life is good! So I suppose we need to live in the moment, enjoy what life throws at us and just be ready for the day when it goes a bit sour… perhaps by following your wise words!

    • @”So I suppose we need to live in the moment…” – yes, indeed, Miss Lewis… ❤ if you've read my "about", you may have seen "ma devise": memento mori, carpe diem et gaudeamus igitur! = remember you’ll die, live this very day and let’s enjoy it to the fullest! 🙂

  2. Indeed these are the wisest of words. 💕

  3. C’est vrai que ce n’est pas facile parfois mais tu l’exprimes beaucoup mieux que moi… Bonne soirée, Mo

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