FINALLY ME!

IT’S A GOOD SIGN THAT I HAVEN’T POSTED…HAVE A LOT WAITING, BUT IT’S DIFFICULT 2 FIND THE TIME—I HAVEN’T MASTERED THE NEW BALANCE (I’M SLOWER & NEED MORE TYPING TIME, BUT ENJOY FAMILY TIME MORE–ESP. SINCE I CAN TALK 2 EVERY1, NOW).

I USUALLY TAKE PARTS OF THINGS I’VE WRITTEN (IN EMAILS, MY JOURNAL, MY COMMENTS 4 CHURCH, ETC.) 2 HELP TYPE A POST (HELPS MANAGE TIME), BUT DOESN’T HELP IF MY EMAIL IS 2 PERSONAL, OR DISCIPLING A KID, & I’M NOT FINDING TIME 2 TYPE MY JOURNAL, ETC.

SO, HERE’S FOOD 4 THOUGHT. These quotes will give you energy to try a little harder or just keep at it, to help you remember why you’re here and who you want to become:

You are the only person on earth who can use your abilities.
-Zig Ziglar

Life is thickly sown with thorns, and I know no other remedy than to pass quickly through them. The longer we dwell on our misfortunes, the greater is their power to harm us.

-Voltaire
Courage does not always roar. Sometimes, it is the quiet voice at the
end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow”.
— Mary Anne Radmacher

“even if you feel that your dreams and goals have washed out in the past, build them up again. Each new day is a fresh start, a clean slate, a new chance to change, improve, and try again. In the very process lie opportunities immeasurable for growth and good fortune. “
“Music and the Spoken Word,” from “Beginning Again”

“We can be blessed with wisdom when we understand, in very personal ways, that on the other side of suffering is a depth of feeling, a perspective on life and love that we might not otherwise have known. :
“Music and the Spoken Word,” from “Unexpected Blessings”

“Every great endeavor starts small, sometimes as little more than a dream… But even small beginnings, after all of the roadblocks and the dead ends, can lead to great things when they ride on the wheels of a dream.”
“Music and the Spoken Word,” from “Big Dreams on a Small Island”: (http://www.musicandthespokenword.com/messages/):

I gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which I must stop and look fear in the face…I say to myself, I’ve lived through this and can take the next thing that comes along.

-Eleanor Roosevelt

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