Why You Must Understand That Winter Don’t Last Always

In Canada, where I live, winters are intense, as in harsh. The temperature gets way below zero degrees Celius, to as low as -25 degrees Celius. We get snowstorms and periods when it’s cold. Sometimes, it gets so cold that even spit freeze (almost on the spot).

The interesting thing is that these weather conditions don’t prevent us from going on with our lives. We dress appropriately, and we keep moving: we go to work, do groceries, take our kids to their hockey games, etc. We don’t stop living because of the harsh weather conditions. We know that they don’t last always, and while winter is there, we seek to make the most of it.

Winter isn’t my favorite season. In fact, it’s probably the one I enjoy the least. However, I don’t let it stop me from doing what I must get done. I put my boots, hat, gloves, and coat, and I get moving.

There are seasons in life that are a little harsh: seasons when you must press forth despite a frisky headwind; seasons when your bones are frozen because of all you’re going through. Freezing seasons don’t have to paralyze you. You must adjust and keep moving forward.

As you journey through life, you’ll experience “winter” seasons. These seasons are part of life. However, you can prepare for them and find ways to make the most of them. When you understand that these seasons are just part of your journey, you don’t fret when they come; you seek to make the most of them.

Don’t be surprised, as you seek to make your contribution, that you sometimes feel that you’re going through a cold season. Brace yourself and keep putting one foot in front of the other, and you’ll before you realize it, you’ll smell the fragrance of spring.

About The Author

Vladimir Elie

I help people learn and apply success principles and strategies so that they can get the results they want in life.