You can lock me up in jail but you can’t keep my face from breaking out, into a smile. True. It’s MY choice how to respond to you.
Can you get back up after you’ve been knocked down lower than you’ve ever been and stand taller than you’ve ever stood? YES.
No matter what happened in your life, you survived it. GOOD for you. You can begin anew and inspire others to begin anew, too.
You become *smart* enough when it *smarts* enough to learn enough from the *smarts*. Then, you have Wisdom.
Humor may not give you a smoother life but it’ll make you laugh as you go over the bumpy parts, which makes life seem smoother.
It’s not where you were planted, it’s how you choose to grow. Amazing what you can grow out of or into when you choose to do so.
The way you carry your load will carry you or bury you. Pray for Strength. Smile. Carry on.
What you have suffered qualifies you to be a first-responder to those who suffer. When you are, they suffer less and so do you.
Learn quickly from setbacks to lengthen your stride to go forward. But wait, there’s more. Setbacks won’t set you back as long.
Things aren’t always rosy, but if you handle those things the best you can, they’ll eventually come up that way for you.
How you respond to adversity heals the emotional pain from what happened or adds to it. Respond well.
There’s an upside in every adversity, but after it knocks you down, you have to get back up to see it.