I am Grateful :: Reframing Hardship

I am grateful for being patience and compassionate.

I have a son with autism. There are many challenges that come with being a caregiver for a child with disabilities, but I am grateful to be wise enough to know that he is a Blessing to me.

God is The Exceedingly Merciful (Ar-Rahim) and being a caregiver for my son is a mercy.

God is The Provider (Ar-Razzaq) and I have been provided an endless opportunities of good deeds as a caregiver.

I believe that caring for a child with a disability is test. If I continue to approach this test with faith, kindness, patience, and compassion, I may be earning my key to Paradise.

Can reframing your hardship make you more grateful?

What Hardship Can You Reframe?

Is there any hardship that you are or have experienced that you have or can reframe to be a Blessing? Grab a notebook and explore this idea. Share in the comments, if you are comfortable doing so.

I am Grateful :: Reframing Hardship

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