Envy is a disease

Envy is an evil disease. When you see your neighbour prospering, embrace their success. Before they arrived at their current destination, they perhaps had to make unimaginable sacrifices. They probably cried a million unknown tears. They even may have had scars embedded within their soul on the course of the journey. You just may never know the cost of their success. So, rather than envying that individual, why not rejoice with/for them? Why not trust God that He will bless you in the manner He seems fit?

Remember that safe people don’t take pleasure in envy. They are genuinely grateful for the good in another’s life in spite of it all!

If the person around you is making progress, be encouraged by their success. Use their story as a driving force and catapult to achieving your own goals.

Shalom,
Adja Amy

PS: Safe People by Psychologists Drs Cloud & Townsend is a must read.

Published by Adja Amy

Saved By Grace.I believe in the quote : ‘’Keep encouraging because your words may be the only pillars of strength for someone who is pulling themselves up to stand again and lean on”-Unknown Seasoned Radio Content Creator ,Creative Writer and Voice Over professional for commercials,jingles for TV and Radio. Produces and hosts weekly entertainment and informative radio program ‘Reach Out’,broadcasting in the UK and US. Radio Schedule: Prayz.In Radio UK Thursdays 9pm/ Fridays 12pm GMT/BST(during summer) www.prayz.in Station available on the TuneInRadio App. The PG Network US Monday to Thursday 11pm EST www.thepgnetwork.org. Also available on the TuneIn App/iTunes Radio Blog : www.adjaamy.wordpress.com Freelance translator,specialised in French to English Translation and interpretation. Disclaimer:All writings on this blog are my intellectual properties. Plagiarism or Unauthorised use in any form is prohibited. ©2019

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