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Velma Joseph

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Don’t Get Discouraged; It Is Often The Last Key In The bunch, That Opens The Lock… Unknown

As one struggles with life’s difficulties, he or she should remember that, they are not alone; there’s always someone who’s been through what they are going through, and survived to give his or her testimony of a conqueror.

“Don’t get discouraged; it is often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.” ~ Unknown

One may have said this over and again; that, he or she should always focus on the things that are working, and not on what’s not working for him or her; and see the best in every situation.  

When one is given limes, he or she should not think of their sourness; but, use them to make some 'refreshing lemonade'.  Also, one should not look at the thorns in the rosebush, but think of and see that ‘beautiful rose’.

Words of thought: When one believe that things are so bad, that he or she can’t even afford to buy a pair of shoes ~ just think of the person who has no feet.

“Whenever you feel like giving up, remember why you set this goal in the first place.” ~ Unknown

 One should always fill his or her mind with positive thoughts, connecting with inspirational or influential people, who will always encourage him or her, with kind words or a smile.

“If you have no one to encourage you, instead of using that as an excuse for failure, encourage yourself and use that as a reason why you must succeed.” ~ Kevin Ngo

Grateful and Victorious Velma

Press Release comments:

Very good words of wisdom Velma.Michael Thompson

You can always see someone in more dire straits as the person who had no feet. I always think of the people with little or nothing. I also think of the boys killed in various wars, especially on Memorial Day, it refreshes my memory watching the History Channel. The key is to never feel sorry for yourself , always look to the person who is really in pain...really in trouble economically. Obviously, I don't always think gratitude, but it is a way of thought that's humble ,it's the right way to counter-act feeling sorry for yourself. But good thoughts, good reminder, thank you.Francis Cassady

Excellent PR; thanks Velma for your encouraging share - stay blessed, safe and happy Tuesday!Dorothy Allen

Thanks Everyone ~ for visiting, commenting and your great IBO spirit ~ I hope that you're staying blessed, focused, safe, healthy and enjoying the best life has to offer! Grateful and Victorious VelmaVelma Joseph

Yes very true, there is always someone who goes through what you go through so that they can understand you. thank you Velma.Tommy Olsson

Thanks to All who served and are still serving; be encouraged, and have a blessed and safe Memorial Day! Grateful and Victorious Velma Velma Joseph

No matter how bad a situation may seem something positive can be found if we look for it. Thanks for sharing, Velma.Evelyn Burns