I am going to just say that this is not about cloud storage or content.
So if you were hoping for a post about how to deal with or integrate with a cloud service for you blog then switch your brain from left to right for just a minute here. I hope you can find it helpful in dealing with common issues we all face in all aspects of our lives.
Some days just suck.
Let’s all be honest and say we all have days where there either is or isn’t an explanation as to why some days just suck.
The day feels like it takes forever. Nothing goes right. We get bad news. We get even more bad news. No one answers there phone or emails us back.
We feel pretty much alone. We can even feel alone when we are surrounded by people. It’s a common thing that just happens to all of us. So what’s the best way to cope with those situations? How do we get our mojo back?
Clouds don’t last forever.
There is the saying, “All clouds have a sliver lining”, but the other day my cousin from Missouri told me about a scene from an old X-Men comic that shed some other light on the same idea.
The character said this idea instead, “Not all clouds have it’s silver lining.” Such a pessimistic tone. So dark and hopeless, but if you ponder the idea that not all clouds last forever definitely reveals something about all clouds in our life.
They change shape, the become darker, they become brighter and eventually disappear.
When it’s you can stay inside or dance in it.
Many clouds are going to enter our life, but it is important to realize that they also don’t control our actions. Our perception of a situation is what becomes our reality. I’ve met people that seem try so hard to say that a situation just the worst and they never say anything optimistic.
They always seem upset or troubled. I feel that they don’t seek out solutions or how to defeat this unhappiness. It is so important to analyze a situation that upsets us and try to turn it around. We grow from it. We learn from it. And most of all, it is actually enjoyable.
Solving equations is such a rewarding experience.
So will you stay inside or will you dance in the rain?