A Daily "Thought"

1/20/2014

A "Thought 4 the Week" As America Remembers Dr. King

Today is Martin Luther King Day. It is a day to remember a many and all that he stood for. For me, it was his constant reminder about love, understanding and overcoming bitterness was ever so important. I had to remind myself of his seminal saying to "Never succumb to the tempation of bitterness". This is as I also saw this from an Old and Dear Friend which is also important for us all to remember & recognize...to as Sir Winston Churchill told us, "...never, never, never give up"...

 Onward w/the new week before us...... :-) 


Nothing to be afraid of

Failure is nothing to be afraid of. Highly successful people experience it all the time, and they do just fine.
What will hold you back is not failure. What will hold you back is doing nothing because you fear failure.
Say what you authentically believe, without worrying about whether or not you’re saying the right thing. Express what you truly feel, without being concerned about what others will think.
And by all means, take action, without fretting or procrastinating or fearing what might or might not happen. Prepare yourself as best you know how, make sensible, well-informed choices, and then get busy doing it.
Sometimes, the result won’t be to your liking. But you can deal with that, and you’ll never know what works and what doesn’t until you step forward and act.
The way to succeed at anything is to take action even though failure is a definite possibility. Push yourself constantly forward into action, and make a beautiful, unique difference in life.
— Ralph Marston
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