“Each morning I wake up and say to myself, Jerry, you have two choices today. You can choose to be in a good mood or you can choose to be in a bad mood.
Seek light, even on the darkest night,
for one light always shines.
When all is lost and hope has fled
When fear is strong and strength is dead
When love and joy abandon you
When mental anguish grows in you
For those who leave us for a while have only gone away out of a restless, care worn world, Into a brighter day.
Queen Victoria of England asked Helen Keller: “How do you explain the fact that even though you were both blind and deaf, you were able to accomplish so much?”
When the “storms of life” gather darkly ahead,
I think of these wonderful words I once read
One man complained that his life was too hard for him. He came to God, told him about his troubles, and asked:
He had a difficult and traumatic childhood. He was sent away to England by his parents
I found that this poem reminds me that after the biggest storm, the sun always shines again; and after the darkest hour is when the dawn of a new day brings us hope and light once again.
There are always 2 sides of the coin in a story, so which one is right, which one is wrong? Yet they both belong to the same coin, the duality is an indivisible whole.
instead of complaining about your life,
“Fetch me a mustard seed from a home that has never known sorrow…