One of the most encouraging foundations of hope for those who have met with adversity consists in the fact that practically all of the great successes in life began through failure and defeat.
Beethoven was deaf, and Milton was blind, yet they enriched the world for ages to come. And Milo C. Jones was stricken by double paralysis before he discovered that he had a brain with which he could make life pay off on his own terms. He put that brain to work, and it yielded the idea of Little Pig Sausage Company, which made him a huge fortune. Helen Keller became deaf and blind shortly after birth, yet she conquered all these handicaps and made herself a great source of inspiration to those who are inclined to accept adversity as being failure. The students of the science of success philosophy learn how to reveal the seed of an equivalent benefit that comes with all adversities, and they know how to germinate that seed and develop it into success (Napoleon Hill)
Wishing you peace and wellbeing as you germinate the seeds that you have already planted and open yourself to the success that will success that only you can fulfill.
PS: Remember to hold the ones you love just a little closer and tighter this week (without expectations).
(image description: quote: strength doesn’t come from what you can do. It comes from overcoming the things you once thought you couldn’t)