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The Great Philosophers of Life

You may have yours and I have mine. Yours might include Aristotle, Kierkegaard, and even Lao-Tzu. Mine includes Ben Franklin, Mark Twain, Yogi Berra (definitely Yogi, Look him up). And, and Dr. Seuss and Shamgar.

I don’t know about your “world” but I am aware of a lot of the people I encounter who are under a lot of pressure, are striving to do the best they can; but feel like their plate is too full and therefore feel they are falling short of expectations (theirs and those of others).

Don’t be “too” hard on you. Survey the whole picture and do not devalue yourself and what you are accomplishing, OR, AS Dr. Seuss said:

“Life is too short to wake up in the morning with regrets. So, love the people who treat you right, forgive the ones who don’t, and believe that everything happens for a reason.

If you get the chance, take it.

If it changes your life, let it.

Nobody said it would be easy, they just promised it would be worth it.”

Here’s a final thought: Allow me to cause you to go “HMMM” with that guy Shamgar, a biblical figure. He said “Start where You are. Use what You have. Do the best that You can.” (OK, HMMM) IKR.

Have confidence in you.


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