Midnight Motivations and Musings # 90

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Hurt! Are you hurting and have you let all the pain become defining factors in your life? How many of us have let hurt keep us down?

It’s natural for usΒ to feel hurt or disappointed from failures and possibly withdraw into our shells, but the sad thing is that some take it that it’s the way their life is meant to be, thus they remain withdrawn or at best living their lives at half mast.

Remember that the entirety of your life is far bigger than one fall, so you must keep rising. Remember that odd circumstance could just be a detour that could always turn around.

Remember that those deliberate negative aims from others are just in a bid to keep you where they feel most comfortable ‘under their thumb.’

Ask yourself. Is that where you deserve to belong?

Next week, I’ll share a post on how to get past the pain and to live on purpose.

P.S. You are invited to our monthly blog party this weekend. It’s fun and you get to meet fantastic folks:-)


Below is my first just published Poetry Book β€œOut of the silent breath” which is available onΒ Amazon and Smashwords.

When you buy my book, youΒ support me in an invaluable manner.

Out of the silent breath

Never leave me lonely

haunted by the dreams and memories

of yesteryears

when our fathers walked before us.

23 thoughts on “Midnight Motivations and Musings # 90

    • That’s just so unfortunate Tony because it actually ends up costing and hurting them more. I totally agree with you about being free from things that keeps us from being joyful participants of our community. Thank you for your comments πŸ™‚

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  1. I love it when you write: “your life is far bigger than one fall, so you must keep rising”. Your post made me smile once again πŸ™‚ I’m already looking forward to the post you referred to for next week πŸ™‚

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  2. wow #90! How do you keep finding fresh motivations? You are amazing. This post is aimed right at me! I had it all this week: discouragement from “friends”, odd circumstances–you name it it came my way this week. It’s led me to reexamine and refocus on what’s important.

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  3. I quite agree with you here. For myself I know when I’ve been alone too long and I just feel grumpy, I need to have a night out with friends and do something, talk, laugh and have a couple of drinks πŸ™‚ That makes me feel a lot happier πŸ™‚

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  4. Wow 90th! Well can’t buy you anything but Howdy’s just the same. Enjoy your party I have to pass again but you keep rocking the blog the books the writing…… I cheer you on over on social media OK?😁

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