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May 17, 2012
“One who gains strength by overcoming obstacles possesses the only strength which can overcome adversity.”
–Albert Schweitze
What is your attitude toward problems and difficulties? Are you irritated and agitated with every challenge that comes?  How do you respond to the day-to-day challenges that you face? Do you wish they would just go away? Do you long for a life with no issues? Consider this: a life with no challenges would be ideal if you want to be weak. When a major hardship arises, you will be ill-prepared and powerless, having no option but to roll over, showing your soft underbelly of surrender. Without consistent practice at solving problems, you cannot prepare for the day of adversity, and stand confidently, knowing you are well able to rise to any challenge. To develop strength and power, change your attitude toward problems! The problem comes to prepare you for greater victories ahead. With each small challenge you overcome, you are getting stronger. With each crisis conquered, you are getting stronger. When you face an obstacle, say to yourself, “I willingly take this on. I will resolve this problem. I am getting stronger!” You are preparing for bigger battles.  You are in training for tougher times. When the day of adversity comes, you will stand confidently, knowing you are fully prepared for this moment, and with strength and courage, you will face your greatest foe and you will emerge victorious. Don’t cower from a challenge. Face it head on. You are getting stronger!
Suzan Bafford
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