I’ll be the first to admit that rejection doesn’t feel good, so how can it be good?
Well, a rejection:
…allows you to close the door and move on to the next opportunity.
…shows that the other person doesn’t share your enthusiasm enough to be your partner. Learning this allows you the freedom to find the right partner.
…may be a sign of God’s will. His plans are better than you imagined, for both you and the the other party.
If you are rejected, allow yourself a limited time to grieve. Then press on. Life is short, so don’t delay. Keep trying.
What thoughts can you add about rejection?
When were you, in hindsight, grateful for a rejection?