‘Time brings along with it many dark days, but if we wait for a little while, we will find countless bright ones.’ Jacqueline
Doing today’s affirmation challenge has been a bit difficult ‘cos my mind literally blipped to a stop since I heard the shocking news of Anthony Bourdain’s suicide. This, coming after just a few days of Kate Spade’s passing is worrisome. I enjoyed Bourdain’s series on CNN ‘Parts Unknown’ and learnt so much from them.
I recall many times that I wondered out loud about how fantastic his job must be. An epitome of a successful, zestful man, yet he obviously had deeper struggles than our eyes’ could see.
Please call a helpline, turn to a friend or even a stranger. You are not alone. Our problems are what we make of them – big or small – and a problem shared is half-solved.
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Check Out These Excellent Quotes From Yesterday:
Mandibelle “In the end, we all become stories”- Margaret Atwood.
I never liked all her books and frankly, ‘The Handmaids Tale’ disturbed me as a book. I’ve watched the TV show it’s a bit better. Perhaps sometimes what we picture is worse than the truth when we read. Either way, I think this quote is apt. No one in the future will know who we were as a person. Thus, certain pieces of are remembered as stories, which can be truthful, but also don’t take into account personal thoughts or experiences as those are hidden once we have passed. But too many cultures, stories are a kind of immortality.
Spiritualdragonfly: I have found that sometimes silence can be the loudest answer of all…..
Eugenia: “There are no right answers to wrong questions.”-Ursula K. Le Guin
CrankyChronicles: There is no elevator to success, just lots of steps.
P.S. If you wish to join this positive affirmation challenge running for 90 days, please add your quote to the comments and each day, I’ll share everyone’s quote with their links.