When you're feeling low or in a difficult place, it can be easy to feel like this is the way things are always going to be. You get this blinkered view where you can't see the future. In fact, you can't even see the good things that are happening in the present. You can't see anything beyond with what is wrong with now— and any solutions seem impossible or too insignificant to actually be worth taking. You have to be careful with that feeling because it's so easy to rot in it. So instead, you need to remember that 'this too shall pass.' And, whether you believe it or not, the best is yet to come.
Because things do change, what seemed like an impossible scenario at one point is nearly forgotten a few years later. But it would be best if you opened yourself up to the possibility that they will get better. Open yourself up to solutions instead of picking them apart and trying to find reasons that they won't work. Instead, focus on hope and possibility. And remember what you're fighting for— remember where you want to be five years from now and use that to push you through everything. Remember where you want to be every day when things feel too hard, and you've forgotten what you're working for.
The future is absolutely full of options. There are amazing days and events and achievements ahead of you that you can't even imagine right now. You may not end up where you expected but, if you keep believing it can happen, then you'll see that great things are out there in your future.
Source: Lea Rose Emery, 14 Insightful Quotes That Prove The Best Is Yet To Come
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