|Viewing difficulty differently
||[Mar. 8th, 2005|10:33 pm]
Isn't interesting that sometimes when we accomplish something difficult, such as climbing a mountain, that we celebrate it so to speak? Perhaps exclaiming something like, "Woohoo! Look at what I did! I accomplished this really difficult thing!"|
Yet other times upon accomplishing something difficult we focus solely on how haaaaard is was. "That was sooo difficult! Ugh!" And totally forget the celebratory part that we accomplished it even though it was so hard.
I caught myself doing that today. I was only focused on how hard the task was and because of that I was not looking forward to doing it again. Well, yeah it was hard and I was able to do it anyway! It is so Great that I was able to accomplish this! I am on top of the world!