In the end, everything will be fine. Whatever reality you are experiencing, have faith. At some point, calm will come and everything will find that balance in which thoughts, body and heart will find well-being. You may find it hard to believe right now, but we humans have dormant forces that act as allies in times of need.
Are we exaggerating with confidence when we repeat to ourselves “in the end, everything will be fine”? The answer is no. As deaf-blind writer and activist Hellen Keller said, optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.
Without those small doses of inner positivity, trust doesn’t flare up, much less hope. It is therefore essential to nurture a receptive attitude towards the idea that tomorrow will be better than today.
Positive psychology is experiencing a new season in which it places the emphasis on skills and behaviors other than traditional ones to achieve happiness. Psychologists like Itai Ivtzan and Tim Lomas are currently leading this movement, offering a range of skills that can prove useful in times of crisis.
Viktor Frankl said well that when we cannot change a situation, the only way out is to change ourselves. This transformation process allows us to build a bridge to a future where everything will be fine.
Even if what we want doesn’t always happen, in the end everything will be fine
One of the most common arguments among patients in psychological therapy is that everything in their lives is bad. In some cases, there is a point where you no longer see the light at the end of the tunnel.
These are situations in which the filter of depression sifts through every existential area. It is not easy to accompany them on this journey in which to discover their strengths, in which to help them find in themselves the ability to produce changes to bring the light back into their reality.
Things, people, experiences or the world itself are never black or white. Not everything is bad, nor is everything exquisitely perfect. Most of the time we move in a grayscale. In other words, our dreams often only come true halfway. Love isn’t perfect, but it’s worth living. A job is almost never at the level of our expectations, but it rewards us.
Even if what we want often doesn’t happen, in the end it’s okay. It’s just a matter of attitude, of accepting evil and appreciating good, of boldly navigating shades of gray by welcoming whatever comes, but also fighting for what we want and deserve.
In the end, everything will be fine because we will not give up
Everything will be fine because life does not allow us to give up. So, simply. Sometimes they may call us heroes because we have faced difficult circumstances, but the truth is that in certain situations there is no choice but to grit our teeth and move on.
Some perform better and others worse, but we’ve all gone through moments we weren’t prepared for. And, despite this, we succeeded: we surpassed ourselves.
Martin Seligman, an exponent of positive psychology, says that one of the most important psychological strengths is perseverance. Ultimately, it consists in assuming an optimistic and self-confident attitude to better manage the difficulties that life puts before us.
Repeating ourselves every now and then that “everything will be fine” is nothing more than a way to focus on overcoming ourselves, on cultivating courage and willpower.
Circumstances may change, but there will always be someone to support us
Sometimes fate holds changes for us. Some can be mild and others more challenging, even difficult. However, having the help of valuable people is one way to know that in the end, everything will be fine. Having someone’s support is vital, a way to find refuge from fear and energy when strength and motivation are lacking.
Because sometimes, alone, we can’t do it. No matter how solid and strong we feel, we all fall into a given moment of our life. Knowing that we can count on someone who listens to us without judging us, that there are people who love us and who are willing to do anything for us, comforts us and warms our hearts.
We have to admit, we like to hear that everything will be fine. We like that they convince us with words and with affection that whatever happens we will not be alone. And this is how we end up giving our best in all circumstances.
Because together we are stronger, we act with greater security, looking to a future in which things will improve, and where calm and the long-awaited well-being will finally arrive. We trust in our resources and cultivate this personal approach where optimism cannot be lacking: because sooner or later everything will be fine.