Grateful for the difficult and even the evil

Grateful for the difficult and the evil

Opposition actually can energize us.

The person or the situation can either be difficult or even evil.

Winston Churchill was a commander easily bored by agreement, and whose greatest moments were inspired by opposition. He had a running battle with Lady Nancy Astor, who once said to him, ‘Winston, if you were my husband, I’d poison your tea.’ To which Churchill famously replied, ‘Nancy, if I were your husband, I’d drink it!’

When Adolph Hitler came to power in Germany, Churchill found the formidable enemy he’d been waiting for his whole life. And he rose to the challenge.

Ghandi faced and changed first India and then the world with his stance and life!

So did Martin Luther King,Jr.

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