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What lies ahead always appears daunting. But we can still love (or learn to love) the struggle, the beautiful struggle that lasts exactly as long as life does.
Public speaking can be one of life’s most feared challenges – until you are doing it. Once The Moment arrives, the speaker might still tremble within, but the performance can feel as smooth as gliding through water.
Victory at all costs for today is a dead end. Tomorrow will be here soon enough. Always think about tomorrow.
Each day in this life is a link in a chain. We have to accept that there will be days when all that matters is to have made it through, to have completed another link so that the chain remains unbroken.
When time stood still, what did you do? When time stood still, how did you feel? When time stood still, why did it feel unbearable?
If you’re reading these words, you have the luxury of being alive. If you’re this side of the dirt, everything is pretty good. You have what it takes to get through this.
Against the odds, beautiful trees and flowers can flourish in the desert. Life finds a way, even in the harshest circumstances. So can you.
To be able to do all we can to help those we love through this world is perhaps life’s greatest gift.
There will always be setbacks. There will always be reasons for tears. There will always be joy.