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Discomfort and Growth



Discomfort is a catalyst for massive growth.   ~Rhonda Cort ~

When ever there’s irritation/complaint of any sort about something/anything it’s an indication that you are resisting something in your life that is already and prepared for your growth. Pay attention to your discomforts and allow life to show you areas in you that still need development.

Moment to Reflect:
I’ve recently realized that as a society we are in a habit of complaining about things. So what makes us to complain? Because when we complain we don’t have to be responsible and it then becomes somebody else’s responsibility, somebody fault.

We seem not to realize that the only time we really feel energized is when we are adding value and are purposeful in what we do.

You will actually realize that the person who is complaining is in the best position to bring change because they notice things that some people probably don’t notice and by them taking action they will be adding value because they will be helping others as well, ultimately taking action will really feel good.

You see, complaining is resistance, things will always seem unfair from this view because according to this view, this/that shouldn’t be happening.

We seem to fail to realize that the reason why we are going through whatever experience is because, we need it.

“Life will give you what ever experiences you NEED not you WANT,”

Explore and find adventure in your experiences.

Life is always talking to us, we just need to align ourselves. Anything that is happening in your life wouldn’t be, if it was not for the greater good and complaining carries energy that says “this should not be happening” and the question is,



Zanele is an Author of two upcoming books and a Wellness Consultant and Mentor. She has a sparkling personality and a strong catchy spirit and regards herself as ‘reserved extrovert’. As a mother and a friend she is tender-hearted and loving and runs a mentorship programme for pre-teens and teenagers with her daughter. She is passionate about writing/journaling, wellness, personal development and family.

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