It’s How Well We Rise After Falling

It’s How Well We Rise After Falling

Strength is built when we face challenges and rise over struggles. Life challenges are here to give us strength and help us learn new strategies to defeat them.

Sometimes it gets too hard and we may think it is going to be the end of our endurance, yet miracles happen.

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”

― Mae West
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Miracles come into the way when we make our best to fight, survive, and rise after falling. And surprisingly, they come with the key we once thought would never be found.

1. Giving up is declaring defeat

God has given us enough power to overcome what is coming. He only sends us what we can bear with and win over.

It’s a test that requires full presence and existence. Keep going until we get things resolved because we fail when we stop trying or retreat from challenges.

Only by giving up, we declare defeat. Other than this will be persevering, trying, and fighting to succeed.

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”

― Oscar Wilde
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2. Believe that you can

What we believe in becomes. When we have faith and think that there is a way, a positive solution will find its way to us. And, in between ‘coming’ and ‘going’ of life challenges, we need to be forbearing and optimistic.

Hope and patience will be lighthouses across the journey. Keep looking their way, you will be able to see a light, guiding your vision. And, learn how to rise again, because you are a believer.

“Live the Life of Your Dreams: Be brave enough to live the life of your dreams according to your vision and purpose instead of the expectations and opinions of others.”

― Roy T. Bennett
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3. Embrace the challenges

Sometimes a struggle making us exert effort and see better outcomes is more enjoyable than a victory coming along with sadness or loss. Life is not moving the way we imagine all the time. We are going through a road to a certain goal and what we face is still part of the trip. Therefore, embrace the challenges, rise, and be ready to break through and win. 

“What defines us is how well we rise after falling.”

Zig Ziglar
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To get positive outcomes in facing difficulties, you need to get rid of negative emotions and sometimes ignore frustration and anger. Instead, dig deeper to be knowledgeable, get the whole picture, and there you will find good reasons to help you hustle.

The future is unknown but you are still out there, alive, working hard, desiring brilliant achievements. How can you get beaten while you live with an upbeat mindset!

“Do not fear failure but rather fear not trying.”

― Roy T. Bennett

4. Be a winner and rise after falling

Weare winners because we are not lost or defeated from losing battles repeatedly. However, we are good learners who are willing to go forward to make the life of our dreams.

Even if we are not fully satisfied with who we are, we are still on the winning side only for being able to step forward. We will always anticipate the best and the most successful.

Maybe we won’t be pleased with our current state until we become better and record new victories. But, this is how one advances.

Have more faith and believe in yourself and your capabilities and abilities. We are what we believe we are and we become what we strongly hope to become. And finally, this is how we rise after falling.

“Believe in your infinite potential. Your only limitations are those you set upon yourself.”

― Roy T. Bennett
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31 thoughts on “It’s How Well We Rise After Falling

  1. Anne says:

    I love that Joyce Myer quote about patience being a good attitude while waiting. That is a struggle for me. I get grumpy too quickly.

    1. chaymaa says:

      Yes, sometimes it’s hard to control our emotions. But we have to work on that! ???

  2. Debby Winter says:

    There’s no such thing as ruining your life. Life’s a pretty resilient thing, it turns out.

  3. Farida Hakim says:

    I just nominated you foe the Sunshine Blogger Award. Go check on my last post. 🙂

    1. chaymaa says:

      Thanks for that, but can you tell me how this goes? Send me the link please! ?

  4. Sanjana Singh says:

    Interesting post and very well written. Thank you for visiting my blog chaymaa. You have an interesting blog. Very inspiring? Hope you are well and safe in your bubble. Lots of love and hugs to you ??

    1. chaymaa says:

      Thanks for this nice comment Sanjana! ? Hope you and your family are safe too! Take care! ?❤️

  5. thestork245 says:

    Hello, Chaymaa; it’s nice to WordPress meet you. You pumped so much positivity into this post; I thought it would jump off the screen.
    The quotes made by famous people are inspiring, but it was your own words that hit the target for me. Excellent read, thanks’ for sharing.

    1. chaymaa says:

      Thank you so much for liking this post. I’m very happy you got some positive vibes! ? And thanks a lot fpr your encouraging words. Have a nice day ?

  6. ladyp25 says:

    Your blog is amazing , I am glad I came across such inspiring page and writer.

  7. Shaunelius Sterns says:

    Thank you for sharing these words of inspiration for such a time as this. God bless you, and stay safe.

    1. Chaymaa says:

      You’re most welcome! I’m glad you got inspired. Have a great day! 💕🌻

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