In other words, unless you are a proud, angry person,
you will accept your best friend and your love the way
HaShem sent this person to you.
Why? Simply because challenges are there to serve as
lessons to you. They are tests to your patience, to you
understanding, to your compassion, to your acceptance.
Above all, they are tests for your capacity to really “love”.
And, real love is not only born. Real love is born and bred.
We all have shortcomings. We all make mistakes. And each of them should become a stepping stone to make us better persons. Surely, the number one element is to accept we are wrong. Number two is to decide if we “need” to change. Number three, is to decide if we “want” to change. Number four, is to decide if it is “worthwhile” to change. If you answer all the above with a massive “yes”, then you need to set up a plan. And Item Number one is: A daily reminder. Continue reading ELIANA BENADOR: LEARNING FROM OUR SHORTCOMINGS