For the last few days, I was feeling completely on a low-slung. The amount of calories consumed to paint my plans seemed to have dissipated. The journey was never smooth though. As a result, I found the temperature of my enthusiasm drastically freezing low beyond compare.
At such circumstances, to help myself adapt, I tried to hit the scattered letters on the key board to craft a message about the pangs I sustained. Then, I managed to duplicate to every friends and associates, kith and kin to let them understand my misery and depression.
And interestingly, the most common ingredient of their worry for me rotated on a same pivot: “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”.
|Sometimes, we never realize we are near to our goal, be it slow or fast|
This is one stunning part of being a human. Whether you mean it or not, just letting others feel that you are next to them, although physically afar, is like giving shade in the scorching sunlight. We don’t care whether it is a tree or house that gives the shade, until we find out there’s something that can make us feel cool. In the same note, I realized that William Saroyan has not mistaken to assert: “A word of encouragement during a failure is worth more than an hour of praise after success”. A splendid phrase indeed!!!
Like the medically prescribed drugs that heal the illness, the rosary of words is equally strong to nurse the wounded mind. When mighty boosts the courage nerve of the weak, even the feeble are not afraid to start a race.
“You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great” – Zig Ziglar