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All Is For The Good

July 19, 2011

We can approach all the struggles that come our way as victims and be beaten, or with the attitude of “this too is for the good.” Rabbi Nachum Ish Gamzu would say this no matter what happened to him.

Imbedded in all our struggles are lessons for our progress towards becoming the person we are meant to be.

“Wounding and healing are not opposites. They’re part of the same thing. It is our wounds that enable us to be compassionate with the wounds of others.
It is our limitations that make us kind to the limitations of other people. It is our loneliness that helps us to find other people or to even know they’re
alone with an illness.” — Rachel Naomi Remen

Part of Attitude Or Gratitude series 

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