"Expect trouble as an inevitable part of life 
and repeat to yourself, 
the most comforting words of all; 
this, too, shall pass"
~Ann Landers


This Too Shall Pass


One morning, the boy Solomon saw the goldsmith 
who worked for King David's Palace 
walk out of the palace very desperate and sad.
 Solomon asked the goldsmith with curiosity, 
"What makes you feel so sad and desperate? 
The goldsmith answered, 
"I have to provide a solution to the King
 within seven days. If not, I will be taken out of my job.
 I am really confused because there is no solution 
for what the King has asked."


"What is the solution that the King is looking for? 
Solomon was curious. 
The goldsmith presented the demand of the King 
to Solomon as follows: 
"I need to make a gold ring for the king 
with an inscription on it which should help the king
 not to be very happy and forget the divine truth
 at his happy moments. At the same time 
the inscriptions on it should help him 
not to lose his heart when he is facing failures 
and desperations" 
Immediately Solomon gave him what he needed
 to inscribe on it:
He said write as follows "This too shall pass."
~Author Unknown


P.S:


Most people go through life anticipating troubles......
and when they do so....troubles come....and then they think.....
"I thought this might happen and I was right"
What they fail to realize is that they are creators 
of their reality......and they could create anything.
So why not create what is desirable...
instead of what is not ????


When faced with a challenge two beliefs help.
The first is "This too shall pass."
and the second is to focus on the solution
 within the challenge .....
instead of the challenge itself.


Let's choose to have a great day:)


Namaste,
Bhagya

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