The Prosperity Crossword Puzzle is one of those crosswords that keeps coming back to the best of us. It's one of those classic things that you know when you see it. You know that feeling inside where you have the sinking feeling that there is no hope and you know it won't go away. It brings you right back to that place in time when everything seemed so hopeless.
I don't know why people keep getting stuck on this crossword. I mean, who doesn't get frustrated with trying to solve a puzzle? Here's the deal _ solving a crossword is like solving a math problem _ you just can't get the answer right without looking at all the angles.
Let's face it, our world today is a crazy place. Life is pretty tough and it's tough to make ends meet. You look at someone's job and you wonder how they do it, then wonder the same thing about yourself. Is it possible to make a living working from home? Then, what if you get a chance to take your mind off the computer?
When you get stuck on a crossword, the first thing you need to do is take a deep breath and think about the words. Go over the definitions again until you have a mental image of what the crossword puzzle is really saying. Is it an impossible task? Maybe not _ it's a mental exercise.
When you think about the words, and how they are used, you begin to see patterns. Your mind starts making connections and patterns start to form. Once you start seeing the big picture, you'll be surprised by how easy it is to create goals for yourself. When it comes to goal setting, you tend to think in terms of today. The future is only imagined and thoughts of a better tomorrow rarely come to mind.
You may be wondering why there are so many people out there who waste their lives thinking about the past and what will happen in the future. The reason is that our subconscious always believes what we are told _ especially when those thoughts contradict what we know to be true. It's just our natural human reaction. Yet, what's true today may not be true tomorrow so it's important to change that.
It is quite amazing that the word "poverty" is used three times in one single crossword. Surely someone at some point has written that word. Perhaps it was the writer himself or maybe it was editor. Either way, it's a sad situation when so many people waste their time worrying about the past and what will happen in the future.
What's the solution? Get rid of the worry and fear and spend some time doing something fun. You can spend time with friends, go on a trip, or just take a long walk. Find something you're passionate about and that will allow you to escape from the daily grind. After a while, you'll start to notice an improvement in your energy level, your outlook on life, and your overall well_being _ which will enable you to get back to work, school, and the countless other things you desire.
The words "pains of the flesh" should be relegated to those final sentences in a novel. Yes, there is such a thing as happy ending. If a book leaves with a note reminding the reader that things will be different if they choose to continue reading, then the book is a success. A crossword puzzle is no different. It can end happily (or not) by choosing to move on.
"A problem found today can be solved tomorrow." There are times when a problem seems hopeless but it doesn't have to be that way. We've all had those things written on the walls _ or inside of us. What we need is to take a look and say "am I having a problem with this word?" When we mentally recognize that another person, perhaps a friend or loved one, has written the words above, we can stop dwelling on the problem and instead turn our attention to the solution. That's when we realize we're on the road to prosperity crossword.
"It's easier to give what you don't have than to receive what you do have." Again, we have a lot of examples in the world today of people who seem to have everything _ but they lack the confidence in themselves to actually gift anything of value to anyone else. We all need that lesson taught every day. Crossword puzzle pieces may not be an exact replica of the words on the crossword, but they're a perfect metaphor for self_confidence.