Every coin has two sides. I was taught that I try not to get up at once when I fall. Instead, see if I could get coins or notes on the floor. There are usually hidden opportunities behind disappointment—similarly, threats behind ecstasy. Apostle Paul traveled around the world spreading the good news about Jesus. He was imprisoned for sharing his faith! Still, he was joyful, for he saw it as an opportunity. “Everything that has happened to me here has helped to spread the Good News. Because of my imprisonment, most believers here have gained confidence and boldly spoken God’s message without fear. – Philippians 1:12-14.” His positive mind was not an irrational optimism, but he had an insight into the surroundings and a clear life mission – to be the ambassador of true love. If life is a furnace mixing disappointment and ecstasy, shall we be an ambassador of God to help explore opportunities from disappointment and uncover ecstasy threats?