I have always felt this way. It only takes a couple of seconds to just say “Hello, how are you doing today?”
Maybe I expect too much?
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Hmmm… if only my friend, Liz, would give me such sage advice! OMG! I know you do and you are there to listen to me.
I REALLY need to live by these words. I’m tried and tapping out on some people.
I have been finding Les Brown’s posts on Facebook helpful and insightful.
Now I just need to get there.
Life caught you on the blind side and knocked you off your feet. You expected something, but it did not happen. You did not expect this challenge, however, it came into your life. You worked hard and did not get the outcome you wanted. No matter what your situation may be, know this..the floor is no place for a winner.
Get up. Crawl if you must. Cry, scream or shout. But get up! Lying down will not change a thing. Talking about how close you were, will not bring it about. Complaining will not put any money in the bank. Shake it off, throw away the Kleenex and get your head right! We all get the wind knocked out of us from time to time by life. Do not let it get the best of you! You are stronger than you think you are. You have the right stuff DO NOT take it personally. It is called life. Get up, get busy and work your business.
You have something special. You have GREATNESS within you!
~ Les Brown
Make it a great day!
Lately I’ve been seeing sign of what I need to do and how I should be living my life.
I’m not there yet, but I think I’m at least pointed in the right direction.
Make it a great day.
I’m trying to believe this. Seems my faith has be shaken and I don’t know what to do.
Hold on to your dreams and don’t give up on what God promised you, but don’t be so set on having it your way that you’re not going to be happy if it doesn’t work out. When you release control, you’re passing a very important test. You’re saying, “God, You know what’s best for me.”
~ Joel Osteen
Best relationship advice. And I really need to listen to it, believe it and live it
This is so brilliant that I had to share this advice on friendship from Madea (aka Tyler Perry). One of Madea’s comedy bits is about understanding relationships. Using the analogy of a trees, “Madea” says that some people are like leaves, some are like the branches on a tree and, then there are those friends who are our roots. Read this: Madea shares how to understand relationships.
Madea Relationship Advice “Let em go”– “This is what I’ve learned in all these years on this earth. If somebody wants to walk out of your life, Let. Them. Go. Especially if you know you’ve done everything you can do. If you’ve sat around and been the best man or the best woman you can be and they still want to go, let them go. Whatever they’re running after, they’ll see what they had in a minute, but by then it’s gonna be too late.”
Leaves, Branches or Roots
I’m looking for some roots.
But find two or three people who are your roots. They are there to help you live and give stability to your life. A tree may have one thousand branches but just a few roots. Hold on to these people.
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