With a touch of faith, anything becomes possible. Seems too simple to be true. But believing in ourselves, believing in the good of others, believing that things will work out, will do wondrous things to our lives. Faith sparks positivity, determination, problem-solving, which in turn invites happiness and success into our lives. Faith is in endless supply inside us. If you believe you can do anything, you will.
The odds might be high, the stakes might be great, the road might be long, but you can do it. You have so much potential, so much strength and so much passion that you can do anything. The only walls are those in your mind. If you believe you can, you will. Yes, you can. Yes, you will.
Those who’ll win are those who are driven by love rather than hate, by passion rather than anger, by success rather than revenge. Those who’ll win are those who will take the high road, who will admit their mistakes, and who will offer their forgiveness. Those who’ll win are those who learn to accept the finality of the past and the uncertainty of the future. Those who’ll win are those who fight for something rather than against something and who measure their success by what they have rather than what they don’t. Those who’ll win are those who believe they can, but still put the work in. You can be a winner too.
The different between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will ~ Vince Lombardi
Quote of the day.
Patience encompasses a great deal more than just waiting. It entails a keen determination to keep going past numerous difficulties. It involves a deep courage to have faith in our visions, dreams and imagination when the end is nowhere in sight. It requires a calmness to accept time as an uncontrollable phenomenon but to chase it nonetheless. Good comes to those who are patient, who persevere, and who are confident.
He that can have patience can have what he will – Benjamin Franklin
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Sometimes our way seems pointless, clouded, contrived. But there is always time to figure out where we want to go, to point our feet in a different direction, to tread a little slower. Whatever we’re doing, we should be guided by our desire, not by pressure. And if our desire is strong enough, it will drive us to find a way, no matter how narrow, deserted or mountainous. We have to want that something enough to trek, climb and conquer. Don’t be afraid to embark on the journey. Whatever happens, you’re trying, you’re learning, and, most importantly, you’re living.
Where there is a will, there is a way.
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