Use Rejection to Help You Find and Fulfill Your Destiny

Real Life of an MSW

I found the article below (Bound for Better by Minister O.J. Toks )folded in the pages of my career  journal. What I know for sure is  I believe in these 3 points . I  have also  learned everything happens for a reason and when it’s supposed to happen. I just need to do my part and remember “rejection isn’t meant to harm. It’s meant to arm you with the knowledge you need to move on to your destiny. In other words “Rejection isn’t a wall that blocks your path—it’s an arrow that directs it.”


Last summer I was sitting at a banquet, eagerly awaiting the sweet ending to an amazing dinner. But when the waiter slid a plate onto the table setting before me, I was immediately disappointed. On it was a plain, old-fashioned slice of cheesecake topped with a dab of caramel.

I glanced to my left and saw…

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