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Things will get better.
There will come a time in your life when, for no apparent reason, things just won’t go the way you plan.
No matter how hard you try, you just can’t find a way to get back on the correct path. You wonder if life is trying to play a cruel trick on you. You name it, and it goes wrong. Your car won’t start, your finances are bad and your relationships are falling apart. You don’t know what to do. It seems like a tunnel of darkness that will never end.
During this time, the easy choice would be to accept your fate and stop fighting for change. You put your head down in defeat and give up. But don’t take the easy road. Instead of giving up, keep your faith and hope alive. You must remain positive. Remember that this is not your final destination. You are simply going through a rough patch, and, thankfully, it will end in due time. It doesn’t seem like it right now, but this rough patch is meant to teach you something. You will learn from it. More importantly, it will direct you to the path you are meant to be on.
This is the beautiful thing about life: even the worst moments give us an opportunity to grow and reflect on how far we’ve come and how far we have to go. But you won’t know how far you can go if you don’t keep pushing.
Before you know it, the rain will stop, and the sun will be shining. But in the meantime, you can turn to quotes to help you get through the tough times. Here are 25 uplifting quotes about failure that will help lift your spirits when everything seems to be going wrong in your life.
1. This is just the beginning, not the end.
“Take a deep breath and remember where you are right now isn’t where you’re going to end up.” — Joe Duncan
2. Change is coming.
“Your breakthrough could be one prayer, one praise, just one breath away… Prepare yourself… Your atmosphere is about to shift!” — Jolynne Valerie
3. This, too, shall pass.
“These times are hard, but they will pass.” — Unknown
4. You’re stronger than your obstacles.
“Sometimes we’re tested, not to show our weakness, but to discover our strength.” — Unknown
5. There is a lesson