Discontentment can sneak up on us and if it is not corrected, it can lead to a life of disincentive and an overall loss of motivation.
Diminished hope can easily convert into a deflated spirit of resignation that gradually becomes justified pessimism or even dark cynicism. How do we conquer these challenges?
People who are discontent with their lives tend to spread dis-contentment to others. (notice the dis on contentment).
If you spend too much time with discontented people, you might feel pulled toward their negative perspective.
Let’s be honest about it
Discontentment can sneak up on us — especially when maturity of life gives way to a spirit of melancholy. This can lead to a life of dis-incentive and an overall loss of motivation.
Diminished hope easily converts into a deflated spirit of resignation that (if not careful) gradually becomes justified pessimism or even dark cynicism.
Run with positive, uplifting, and encouraging people!
Avoid the infectious poison of dis-contentment. Try to redirect negative people toward God-honoring perspectives on life. If they refuse to see things from a godly perspective be careful not to adjust to their outlook on life.
Run with people who run with God because God…
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