What appears to be the end, may really be a new beginning.
Not every plan works out. There are losses and failures, there are problems in relationships, loss of money or a job, and sometimes unpleasant things happen to good people. We usually don’t have control over these happenings, but we can exercise control over our attention and attitude. When one of these things happen, and we focus our attention on the loss, we look at the closed door with frustration and unhappiness.
Why not move our sight and attention away from the closed door and look at our new possibilities that are there for us. Understand that what we are attached to is the old and the familiar. Don’t fear the new doors that are opening. Don’t fear the new and the unknown for great things are just waiting to happen. Sometimes a door has to close for a new one to open. Rejoice and embrace all the new experiences waiting to happen for you.