To prove this point, let me cite the Eagle as an example on how it soars above the storm.
Do you know that an eagle knows in advance before a storm is approaching?
It prepares and plans ahead. It will fly to some high spot and wait for the winds to come.
When the storm hits, it set its wing so that the wind will pick it up and lift it above the storm effortlessly.
Knowing that it can’t fight against the natural forces.
While the storm rages below, the eagle is soaring above it.
The eagle smartly uses the storm to it vantage.
It simply uses the storm to lift it higher.
In life, how often we use this strategy to move forward?
It well illustrates my point that we can learn from the eagle that the storm does not have to overcome us.
What matters most is how we consciously respond to it.
We can consciously choose to take the ride of the storm and soar above it.
Alternatively we can choose to let it weigh us down.
Choice is yours.