What separates achievement from mediocrity is a tenacious focus on course of action. Identify the fundamentals. Put them into daily play, and trust the process.
Even in these extraordinary times, the law of cause and effect is still omnipotent. Novelist Toshaba Learner writes, “So many of man’s actions appear to have no immediate consequence, but, concealed, do their work until finally all catches up and forms a complex web of cause and effect.”
Karma, good or bad, ultimately has its way. Does your behavior reflect your values? Adjust your aim if you need to. Keep pressing forward. And trust the process.
The cruelty and hatred that populate the headlines may feel demoralizing. The urge to respond to negativity with negativity can be overwhelming.
Take the high road. Express your beliefs in action. Keep being who you are in both light and darkness. And trust the process.
As groundbreaking tennis pro, Mary Kendell Browne notes, “You reap what you sow. You get what you earn. You are what you eat. If you give love, you get love. Revenge returns itself upon the avenger.”
We are witnessing a turning point in world history. How we respond will determine the fate of our grandchildren. It may not feel like it in the moment, but the rules of cause and effect still apply.
Keep moving. Keep the faith. And trust the process.