Blesson: A Blessing In A Painful Lesson

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My new word: “Blesson.” It’s when you’re able to view painful lessons as blessings. A blesson is what happens when you see the blessing in the lesson that your challenge taught you.
Karen Salmansohn

About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

7 Responses to “Blesson: A Blessing In A Painful Lesson”

  1. Oh, I’ve had a few like that and always believe that most of the “bad” things are just blessings in disguise. Blesson is a lovey new word indeed Steve! Thanks for sharing. 😀

  2. The best of lessons in life come from hardships. Love the quote and the word!!

  3. Great word Steve, to help remind us that God does work in mysterious ways sometimes.

    • God hardly ever takes the same route we think he will. He always does it for our own benefit and to mould us a little more like him. This has blown my mind so many times! 😀

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