In 1914, the great inventor Thomas
Edison experienced a devastating hardship. His entire laboratory got burnt

down to the ground, and several years

worth of his work was ruined.

Newspapers described the situation as “the worst thing to happen to Edison.”

But that was a lie!

Edison didn’t see it that way at all. The

inventor instead chose to see his

circumstances as an invigorating

opportunity to rebuild and re-examine much of his current work. 

In fact, Edison reportedly said shortly after the fire, “Thank goodness all our mistakes were burned up. Now we can start again fresh.” And that’s exactly what he and his team did.

Think about how this relates to your

life. How many times have you heard it was the end, when it was really the beginning? How many hopeless labels have been slammed over the top of your

inner hope? 

How many lies were you

fed by people when you were younger,

that have driven you to call it quit?

Today, I challenge you to challenge the

lies you’ve been fed over the years.

Try not to waste your time and energy resisting and fighting against where you are in life. 

Instead, invest time and energy into getting to where you want to go, one day at a time, one small step at a time.

A journey of a thousand mile’s begins with one step, begin your own step and refuse to quit.

Written by; Ahika Joshua for baydorzblogng