Highs and lows are inevitable and they all happen for a reason.

In a breakup, for example, your new loneliness can help you develop your focus and your charisma; qualities that proved crucial that one day you met your soulmate.

Here we could say that the reason you had to go through that breakup (the low) was in order to prepare you to meet your soulmate (the high). If you knew back then… it wouldn’t have been a low point at all, but one of the highest points in your life.

Always welcome the highs and the lows as part of the same growth. At the very least, the lows will provide you with the contrast to appreciate your highs even more.

There will be highs and lows and you won’t be at your best every day. What’s important is simply to be aware that the highs are followed by the lows, and the lows by the highs; they both come in cycles. So when you’re going through a low point, expect a new high to be reached. And when you’re going through a high point, do your best to not go too low, and to get back up quickly.

As you work on yourself and your environment, the lows will be easier to handle, and it’ll be easier to stay on a continuous upward trend.

No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell. ― Carl Jung

Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards. ― Søren Kierkegaard

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