Blis(s) should be a 4-letter word.

 

According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, bliss is:
1 : complete happiness
  • enjoying eternal bliss in heaven
  • marital bliss
  • the sheer bliss of an afternoon at the spa

 

According to Carl Jung, “That which we resist, persists.”

Ever notice the same issues, problems, or difficulties seem to rear their ugly heads throughout your life?

There are those who seek advice from psychics, seers, mediums, astrologists, etc.

'Thank you for calling Dial-A-Psychic. In your immediate financial future, I see you throwing away $3.99 per minute...'

They seek advice for the path they should follow or the best course of action they should take.

Reality check. What you think, you are. What you focus on, you receive more of. If you think you can avoid the life lessons you are going through, think again. You may avoid an issue for now, but until you work through it, it will appear in your life again, and again…..

You can not have the good without the bad, the light without the darkness, warmth without coldness, joy without pain, the have without the have not.

How could you ever quantify a state of blissfulness without knowing the less than, to be able to experience the more of?

There is not one successful person who has not gone through struggles in their lifetime. They could not have success without failure. Repeat, you can not have success without failure.

To know true bliss, one must experience the have not.

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via Daily Prompt: Bliss

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