If you want to know a person’s true character, observe how he treats those who don’t matter.
Over the years I have often prayed for my children’s character to flourish. I have experienced over time that God is more interested in our character than in us having a comfortable life. It is, of course, through the hard times that we grow. We cannot experience the glory without the suffering. I have noticed that when my children go through challenging experiences, they mature in different areas of their lives.
People will reveal who they are if you just pay attention.
Hardships occur to build a person’s character.
I’m not gonna end my life on that! I’m not gonna be a fugitive! I’m not gonna let whoever cross over myself! I’m not going let the circumstances destroy me!” Emma promised in front of the heavens, feeling stronger than ever before.
There’s no sense in wasting your precious attention on pitiful jerks. They’re ordinary rowdies full of envy to any astounding individuals beyond average. You can ignore them; it’s what they’re worth.
As it was her lot that she had to go through the frustrations, disillusionments, privations, failures, and obstacles on her way to succeed—she will be strong enough to survive them, never giving up. Hardships occur to build a person’s character. The world is perfect, with all its imperfections.