People complain about not having the resources to meet a need but when they have the provision made for the need the complaint changes but it is still yet a complaint. Is the glass half empty or is half full? Sounds like a, lose/ lose situation to me. As long as you retain a glass, the possibility of it being filled is contingent on how your perspective is viewed. The flaws that we embrace an incorporate into our everyday lives determines our bases of survival, healing from any traumatic event encountered.
The humility required to face self is not predicated on who you are or where you come from. The courage obtained from growth is instilled at birth. Everything you need is inside of you. The reasoning of learning how to accept and tap into it, becomes the journey that many get lost in due to the distorted perceptions/beliefs of reality. The mind is a dangerous place to be confused for long periods of time, never seeking comprehension that clarifies the distortion. Yet adaptability/ conforming becomes the alternate solution. Like that is so much easier?
The truth will never need a defense but as a human being one must strive for the reality of what is and not what is desired to be. When trauma is the driving force of change confusion will always reside coupled with chaos creating a delusional reality without focus. We are conditioned to follow, the majority rules, just comply an all will be well. Which is as far away from the truth as you can get.
In order to deal with any conflict one must have the willingness to assess the situation based on facts alone. No emotion, not biased, but with a clear assessment of what is. Once that is accomplished everything becomes clear from that point because resolution is now the focus.
An excerpt from short stories of Trauma! (c) 2015