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Life Is Full of Ups & Downs. The Tricks Is to Enjoy the Ups & Have Courage During the Downs!

Writing is my passion. I have an undying thirst and quest in the field of writing. Some eat, drink, or use drugs when stressed; I write.


Some people want to live under the implicit assumption that everything will be alright if they close their eyes during challenging times. Our thoughts make sense of the world in the same way.

Change is a constant in life, and without change, there is no life. We must be grateful for everything in our lives, but living is like taking a roller coaster ride; there are ups and downs. You can either yell and scream or enjoy the ride. Simply put, life is full of ups and downs. We must be grateful for the ups and courage during the downs.

The world is not perfect. It’s just like a road; there are bent, ups, and downs, but that is what it turns out to be. Although we must wake up and acknowledge that it is essential to understand the details, sometimes the inevitable that happens unexpectedly stands in the ashes of our plans.

We will experience suffering from life’s inevitable, and no matter how wise we are to grow through it, we cannot avoid life’s profound challenges and losses. The way life is, it requires every ounce of courage and strength we have, and then some.

Every day can be a fresh start. Many of us accept changes are a part of life. There will be productive and regretful days.

I overcame life’s challenges, however, by ensuring my good days outweighed my bad days. We can live emotionally and physically drained or we can live the way God intended, living in peace even when a storm is raging around us as if each day were our last.


Some People cannot live with the second choice since they do not know how to allow God to bring them to peace, despite being surrounded by a storm. I didn't make this decision overnight, but I learned to adapt and grow through my challenges when life throws them at me.

I recommend we remind ourselves. Each morning - nothing can stop the person who desires to succeed. Begin each day by looking at each obstacle as if it is a development of the achievement muscle. Remember; It does not measure life according to the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that we learn how to accept life’s challenges. Take a deep breath and allow life’s many challenges to bring out the best in you.

Think about it - no matter what happens in our lives, how many distinct challenges come our way, we get to choose whether to achieve and reach our goal or give in and be defeated. Remember, you come on to get tired, exhausted, and drained. Often life will slap us in the face. I take the lead in acknowledging that when life gets hard, we can live through it and learn to transition and grow through it.

Transitions into your growth can be planned, good or bad, but we must embrace the emotion that change can bring. Developments are a way for people to move off from an old life and take part in a new life. Sometimes we carry ideas of how we wish to live our new life until something comes along and redefines how we live our life.

Sometimes it redefines living so much that it makes it appear as though living life is utterly hopeless. However, you know that just because something seems to be broken doesn’t mean that they cannot mend it.


Finding Strength During Life's Inevitable Ups and Downs

During challenging times, one might wonder how do we find strength and cope with life’s setbacks? Perhaps we need to wash our eyes with tears once in a while so that we can view life in a more precise way again.

As it is difficult to come to terms with the fact that sometimes life is full of surprise, but we have to find the strength to deal with life’s ups and downs with great humility.

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To deal with life's ups and downs. Instead of looking at external circumstances and blame them for unfortunate life events, we must soul search to determine if there are past wounds that still require healing, people that we have not forgiven, and stuff we are clinging on to that we need to let go of.

Whether we like it; it is the real-life circumstances that are taken of bringing all of us to our knees. Also, we must come to the reality that we are at the mercy of situations that are so much bigger than our ability to understand all at once.

The inevitable time has a way of making us feel powerless, and as if we should surrender to the unavoidable, it even leaves us asking, “How could this have happened?” Keep in mind, feeling powerless and wanting to surrender to the inevitable differs from lying down and allowing yourself to be defeated.

Acknowledging how you feel and moving toward a place of real optimism will enable you not to be eaten but will give you time to seem helpless, sad, angry, scared, or overwhelmed. Disappointment is inevitable; it is how you deal with it that allows you to find the strength to deal with the hard to avoid time.


Take the time to make sure you repair what broken by gathering scattered bits of life’s pieces and placing them together into the correct fit. This will resolve and rebuild the will to keep moving forward.

However, know the pain you feel today will be the strength that will help you find future growth. We do not grow when things are easy and effortless because it is so easy to live when we feel as though the world is our oyster.

When we grow is when we are being challenged—sometimes beyond what we think, we are capable of handling. From that growth, I learned that when life’s challenges get hard, live through it, learn to transition, and grow through it.

Don’t allow life and its challenges to choose a negative future for you. Hold on to your vision and focus on bringing it to reality. Keep the faith because God will never leave you nor forsake you. When you are a child of the highest God, He protects you.

Ask for strength, and He will give it to you. Even when someone you trust and love lets you down, it is not the end of the world, and sometimes it is best this way. I know it might sound false, in particular for those who do not understand that God knows what is best for us and that He removes from our life the baggage that holds us down.

In spite of this, even amid confusion, pain or suffering, God already knows who would leave you, so don’t try to hold on to that someone, it is better this way. Sometimes you may find yourself wondering ‘How can this be God?’ or you may even find yourself saying, ‘There no way I can continue.' However, Mark my words when I say God is working for your good and when life gets hard, live through it, learn to transition and grow through it.

Ryan Leslie - Ups & Downs

Life's Ups And Downs, During her life, Lannie has experienced many high and low points - life's little ups and downs. You need to select the correct word to de

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. When she was a child, Lannie was given a lovely puppy, which made her jump up and down with joy. Which word describe her
    • Exhilaration
    • Exhilaration
    • Excileration
    • Exhileration
  2. When Lannie's puppy got sick when it was three months old, she was very sad and low. Choose the correct word spelling
    • Melancoly
    • Melancoley
    • Melancholy
    • Mellancholy
  3. Lannie has bubbly personality and is frequently feeling upbeat. Based on French word for "boiling", which word is it
    • Ebullience
    • Ebulience
    • Ebulliense
    • Ebuliense
  4. Lannie really enjoyed playing sports. What her team narrowly missed out on winning what word describe her team
    • Poingancy
    • Poinancy
    • Poignancy
    • Poignancey
  5. Learning to drive a car came easily to Lannie she was disappointed when she failed, choose the word best describe
    • Unhappyness
    • Unhapiness
    • Unhappiness
    • Unhapyness
  6. One of the local boys asked Lannie for a date to go to see a movie. He was attracted to her as she was full of animation
    • Vivascousness
    • Vivacousness
    • Vivasciousness
    • Vivaciousness

Answer Key

  1. Exhilaration
  2. Melancoly
  3. Ebullience
  4. Poingancy
  5. Unhappyness
  6. Vivascousness

Life is full of ups & downs...

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