When life is going along and all is peaceful and smooth it feels tranquil. I picture that as being on the top of a mountain. You feel like you’ve accomplished something and its the best feeling, and your really thankful and full of gratitude. It’s probably the time you thank God the most and that’s cool we should be thankful. Today I thinking about the space between the mountain tops the valley. For me, the valley is the space where things feel dark , grim, and down right depressing. I was able to spend days even weeks in that space and the longer I stayed there the darker it got and in some kind of way I got comfortable there. I spent time trying to figure out why I was really sitting there. Did I give in and give up was it a pity party or was there a lesson/message in that space, in that valley that I was missing? I think it’s a little a bit of everything quite honestly.
All I know, is that in those valley moments is where I started grow it washes something off of you, and I think that’s the point where you start to break the stuff off of you. Whether it be pride, envy, selfishness, unforgiveness, a need to confront yourself, or what ever that thing is for you, I believe that’s the place where that stuff gets washed off of you. So I changed my view and it changed my mind and I’m grateful and have gratitude for those times because it’s in that place the most transformation occurs. The mountain top reminds us that it is possible to be up there and the valley I think is meant to change your perspective. They work together not in opposition. So those times when you’re sitting in the valley look to your mountain top if you were there before you can get it again….just have faith it’s not only your worldview that gets you there it’s what you believe about you ,that gets you there it all works together be thankful always and have gratitude always..cause when you look back its the valley that taught you more so than the mountain top….in fact the valley catapults you to the mountain top….just think about it.