Sometimes, in life, we might have self-doubt and lack of confidence that may make us face challenges. However, we can create green lights, engineer them for our future by the choices we make. All it takes is to be kind to our future self.
“A green light is an affirmation, setting yourself up for success.” It is as simple as putting your coffee in the coffee filter before you go to bed so tomorrow morning all you have to do is push the button. What does this mean?
It means through green lights, people can set themselves for ease and prosperity in the future. It is all about seeing the light at the end of the tunnel despite the obstacles and taking action. You can change your current situation into something beautiful. Let your barriers fuel you for success.
Green lights come from the decisions we make, and sometimes the challenges bestowed upon us. You can be in a situation where all you see are red lights, how then can you turn them into green lights? Through making the right decisions. Saying, yes, I am in this situation, but I will not let it define my future. I hold the keys to my destiny.
“The obstacles in the path becomes the path. Never forget, within every obstacle is an opportunity to see a green light.” How you approach a challenge determines how daunting it will be to overcome. By controlling your emotions, you can see things as they are and not how you perceive them to be.
Try and alter your perspective because where the head goes, the body follows. Perception precedes action. Right action follows the right perspective.
Of course, there are those green lights (opportunities) we might have missed in the past, but we cannot keep holding unto them. Let us learn how to scrap our boots and carry on. Experiencing challenges in life is inevitable, so let us either see them as good luck or figure out how to experience them less often.
The challenges we face today will eventually turn into blessings in the rearview of life. In time, yesterday’s red light will lead us to a green light. All destruction will lead to construction, death will eventually lead to birth, pain will eventually lead to pleasure. In this life or the next, what goes down will come up.