The best people we know are those who have found their way out of the darkest depths

Life tests us daily. For unknown reasons, everyone gets a different test. Some people struggle with bills; some people have problems with the basics of mathematics. In any case, we have to deal with what we have been given. Genetics, place of birth, financial status – we all got it for unclear reasons.
No matter what your current life is, you choose to be a victim or to survive. You have complete control over whether your life is sweet or sour.
Those who choose to have a sweet life – survivors – are the strongest.
Swedish psychiatrist and author, Elisbeth Kübler-Ross once stated:
“The nicest and best people we know are those who have suffered defeat, met suffering and loss, fought at all times and found their way out of the darkest depths. These people know how to appreciate, are sensitive and have an understanding of others. Life gave them experiences that filled them with compassion, kindness, and deep empathy. Beautiful people are not born like that, they are born that way. ”
Kind people bring light into the world around them because they have come out of the dark
In the world of darkness in which they were born, kind people have illuminated the lives of others with their positivity. They were just given “unlucky” cards such as a bad family situation or poverty. They learned how to succeed in life and how to get over bad things and rise above them. They pushed away their crutches. Somehow they achieved the impossible: they ran and reached all those who were more fortunate and in better circumstances.
While some got a set of beautiful colored pencils, these people got one plain, half-used pen to paint their lives more colorful and brighter than the others.
Kind people love the strongest because they have been hurt the most
Those who have been hurt or cheated on by their former partners will be better able to love their future partner better. They know what it’s like when someone’s heart breaks and how to paste and repair it. They never want to afford anyone the experience they have experienced.
Kind people have learned the hard way that personal shortcomings are opportunities for growth and development
It is more than possible that kind and kind people were once pessimistic. Over time, they learned that there was no growth from pessimism. They realized that every thing that dragged them down was another staircase on the way to a dream come true.
Perhaps having to deal with an alcoholic brother taught them empathy and patience to help addicts. Many therapists have learned at an early age how to relate to those who suffer. In this way, kind sandy people build the path to success.
Kind people do not want others to suffer the way they have suffered
Kids know how to be cruel and tease others about freckles, kinky ears or acne on their face. People who know what it is like to be tortured and abused do not want to hurt others. Kindness and kindness in a man stem from the cruelty he experienced.
Instead of conveying this aggression to others, the kind person will break the vicious circle and respond to the abuse with compliments.
Kind people help others to survive and become better people
Such persons can cope with any situation that life chooses to serve them. They know they can survive anything because they have experience with survival. In the race of life, people usually look straight ahead and ignore other “runners”.
The kind people among us encourage their friends, acquaintances, colleagues and family. They motivate others to run with them, sharing their imaginary bottles of water and energy with everyone around them.
They become people who are willing to do anything for others. Help them when things go wrong. They become the kind of person they were not when they got the worst.


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