Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Good Morning... Have an energizing Wednesday!!!

By not directly facing issues that are bothering us, we are creating internal road blocks.

We cannot change what has happened, but by facing it we can more easily accept it. All too often, we let little things upset us.

Most things in life are of little consequence when you look at the big picture.

My great grandmother was widowed at a very early age and left to raise four children by herself during World War I. She could have felt sorry for herself. Instead, she got a job and held tight to the conviction that she would raise her children and give them all she could.

Later in her life, she had both her legs amputated, but that didn't stop her either! She lived to be 105 years old.

Here is a woman who had her share of personal roadblocks, however, she faced the issues and moved beyond them.

By Catherine Pulsifer

"There are no great people in this world, only great challenges which ordinary people rise to meet."
-William Frederick Halsey, Jr.

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