No one thinks of the bad times. Bad timing can be very damaging. When bad things are brought up, people become depressed. When people are happy, they will feel more sadness when things go wrong.
It is the law that governs nature. If we want to survive in this world, we must follow it. After enjoying the light of day, you’ll have to deal with the darkness at night.
If you’ve enjoyed good times, you must suffer through bad times.
As good as it is to be alive, there are also bad times.
Why do we view bad times as enemies? We’ll explain this by using an example.
Manish was a fragile student, and he knew he’d fail the exam again. He took the test and got a 3-month vacation afterward.
He knew these three months were going to be great for me. But when the exam results after three months are announced, that will be the wrong time because I’ll fail the test. Manish knew that there were good and bad times. He chose a good moment as a compromise.
He had an excellent three-month vacation to play, travel, watch movies, and do other things.
He made compromises with all of these things. He didn’t feel like studying but was interested in computer programming. He spent the three months he had left learning computer programming.
He was happy because he had learned something he liked and was not doing what other children did on vacation. After three months of computer programming lessons, he created a handy app for people. Manish’s family was also pleased with his efforts.
Manish’s family was not angry about his failure to pass the exam because he had done good work by developing an app. They did not tell Manish anything about his result.
Manish’s wrong time was now turning into his good time. This miracle occurred because he sacrificed his last good time.
Compromise is the best way to balance our lives. Wishing for only good times is weak.