Resilience is under-rated.
It’s not taught in most schools. Many parents don’t have it. And it can be difficult to find in person mentors who have it.
Resilience never goes out of style yet it’s not stylish.
It is earned steadily, daily, overtime, through intentional preparedness and withstanding trials by fire.
Resilience looks like making due without power for days in your cushy home. Taking a shower in the rain and pooping in a slit trench outside when your house has no water. All with a smile and joyful glee.
Resilience is moving on from the past, accepting the present, and choosing where your future direction is going to be.
While resilience can be explained, it cannot be given away. It isn’t a physical thing. It just isn’t your stuff.
Resilience gives everyone the ability to work together, to overcome real obstacles and create a life that is fun and enjoyable.