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Framing Adversity

Sometimes the adversity in our lives 
seems much larger than it actually is.    

It all depends on the "framing".

Our brains process visual information by "framing it",
 looking at the surrounding objects, 
accessing stored 'rules' based on the past, 
and then making a judgement.

to see an example of how our brains can easily
misjudge visual items.

Our minds can also misjudge the size of 
problems and adversity in our life.

It's easy to become overwhelmed and 
to let our problems seem larger
than they are.

By the same token,
it's easy to underestimate
our own strength,
our own ability to solve problems.

Resolve  TODAY
to work toward
keeping your own problems
in proper perspective.