The worst times are the best!

My video: The worst times are the best! https://youtu.be/5gsXfyrXpWY

Looks really masochistic…. Fore sure the meaning is not that we are looking for suffering or hardship…. The meaning is rather more that we learn to appreciate our hardships and to be thankful for that, instead to blemish our circumstances or people, be it our spouse or chief…

The Sufis are saying build your enemies a throne… because we profit from them at most and not from our friends who confirm our personality instead to challenge us to become better…

If we see the hardships as learning opportunity instead of complaining or fighting against our hardships, we profit from every hardship…. After we had realized that our attitude was wrong or that we have been wrong or that we have to adapt to the situation and that not necessary our world (how we conceive) was right…. our personality changes…and so us or our world. We become open for new opportunities, start a new life…

The greatest opportunities in our life are during our worst suffering/hardships, where we can connect with God/Allah and in good times we never can do so. Maybe you understand the story from Hiob (Bible), where Hiob got all the hardships from the devil in order to get tested from the Lord…. And so it was/will be with every god seeker, Bhakti Yogi or Sufi…. we go through the tests of the Lord and our life will be transformed when we fix our mind and heart on the Lord.

I got so many tests from the Lord and the last big test was, when I was laying in the hospital, my entire body was paralyzed, the doctors could not help me… I just repeated the name of the Lord (this time it was Allah) and gave thank you to God….And then I imagine that I can do it by myself- to walk out of the hospital,….. so I did after 7 hours…. Would you have more faith in God if this had happened to you?

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