Tagged: strength

Quotes – A Kid and a Dream.

A kid with a dream…now that’s a powerful thing. Oh, the possibilities.  Stay creative…keep dreaming and doing. 

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Quotes from the Vault – Inner Peace.

My father often reminds me, "it's always something." Life does indeed tend to throw some curveballs, fastballs, and pretty much everything else at us; we can either get slammed in the face with those pitches, or we can try our best to swing hard and knock them out of the park. How we respond to adversity matters greatly. Best of luck to all, and thanks for reading.

Quotes from the Vault – Grateful.

You know what? It's easy to complain. It's waaaay too easy to gripe and focus our attention on what's wrong and what's not going right. In those trying moments, it's so easy to forget all of the good, and all of the many (and I mean many) things that work and function beautifully around us. These are the most important times; it's then that we learn how to cultivate and strengthen ourselves. It's then that we build and develop character. Best of luck! Thanks for reading.

Poetry – Endurance.

Survival is a beautiful thing.  As is endurance.  This race that we’re all on is a challenging thing; it can eat us up and tear us down just as quickly as it can build us up and see us to the finish line. Our perspectives matter.  Heart matters.  Courage matters.  These building blocks create a focus and a drive that kicks into high gear when survival mode emerges.  We all have it inside of us already, this gritty determination.  The instinct to not only survive, but to thrive, is already there.  Let’s let it shine through. 

Best of days to all!

 

Poems – Natural Strength.

Earth…what a beautiful creation.  It has lived and breathed for eons, despite the often destructive eccentricities of humankind.  Earth embodies a strength that is hard to quantify, but is easily felt.  I think that, in today’s technologically advanced world, it’s all too easy to remain cooped up and locked behind walls, both literally and figuratively.  Let’s open the doors, get out, and soak up as much of that natural strength as we can.  Peace and blessings to all.