A Woman Who Was Raised in a Storage Unit

A Woman Who Was Raised in A Storage Unit.

Click on the link mentioned below for the video clip.

Description: The Jeff Probst Show has the unbelievable story of a woman who grew up in a 10’x20’ storage unit for over 10 years.

Every now and then life throws us in the deep end and tells us to swim. We find ourselves in overwhelming situations that we don’t know how to deal with.. 

I hope this video will inspire us a little bit.

Words by A buddhist Lama

“I am not interested in how much money you have or what family you belong to. I am interested in how you deal with hardships. That is the only thing that matters. That defines your future.”

It is the truest thing anyone has ever said to me about suffering and hardships. It is the hardships that define your character. Everyone is charming and lovely when the birds are chirping and the flowers are blooming but hardly anyone is compassionate, patient and loving when they are sick, ill or under pressure. How you deal with hardships determines your character.

If you want to learn to deal with pain and hardship you need to realize that you have an amazing opportunity to grow as a person. You can prove to yourself that you are strong. You can show yourself that you have strength of character and will-power. The amazing thing about hardships and pain is that they present you with a rare opportunity to grow into a strong and decent human being

I have learnt –

Realize that it is your hardships that make you better

Realize that you are not alone

There is something very powerful about knowing that other people are going through what you are going through. Realizing that you are not alone is an extremely good way to deal with pain and

& They say

Realize that pain and hardships won’t last


Hemant Khurana.


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