by Stefany J. Jones on Thursday, July 27, 2020, at 1:00 pm

Something to Think About:

My life is undergoing the most significant transition to date. It’s not an easy one, but VERY necessary. It doesn’t feel right, but VERY good for me in the long run. Have to love the GooD in you, for it supersedes all other things in you for real.

Accept yourself as God created you with your gifts, talents, abilities,s, and opportunities. Being self contended is to be comfortable and satisfied with yourself,f and to be one with the life you lead, to realize everything you need you can find in the present moment. A contended person lives with patience, peace, and acceptance thus has victory over all situations in life. We live in a world filled with desires, greed, anger, ego, and depression, where contentment seems far fetched and needs a lot of effort to be cultivated.

We, as human beings, have become accustomed to wanting to be pleased all the time and at all costs. However, there are times when what is in our best interest, our very best interest, is not going to feel good.

But just because it doesn’t feel right, it doesn’t mean that it isn’t good for us in the short term or the long run. Sometimes you just have to go with the flow and trust!

In the positive pole of Contentment, you are goal-oriented, and you choose to be happy in serenity and alignment with the natural unfolding flow of life is alive and present at the moment, feeling stimulated and relaxed while surfing the waves of life energetically pursuing your goal. But in the negative pole of Contentment, one becomes stagnant with inertia, passive, and apathetic; life loses impulse; you end up sinking lifelessly to the bottom. The only way out is to leap into the decisive goal-oriented pole of being.

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