When you look at your problems what do you see?
Do you see obstacles or do you see oppurtunities?
When you look at your obligations what do you see?
Do you see a chore or do you see a blessing?
When you look at your home what do you see?
Do you see clutter or do you see an abundance of things?
When you look at your bank account what do you see?
Do you see not enough or do you see plenty?
When you look at your life what do you see?
Do you see a miracle or do you see misery?
This weeks Poets United prompt is favorite quotes. I love lots and lots of quotes as many of you know I post them frequently with my poems, but this particular quote by Einstein truly has a powerful message that applies to so many areas of our lives.When I look back over the years of my life, there are so many situations that at the time I did not understand why I had to go through them. What I saw in the midst of the trial was a calamity, but the events that would later happen revealed that those problems that I had faced in the past had a purpose that affected the place I would later be. Through those times, I have learned that what looks like a predicament can truly be a miracle in the making, and in that process I have a choice to make. I can either see my life full of problems, or I can see it as full of oppotunities to see more miracles.