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I love this wonderful quote from American author, Neale Donald Walsch:
”On this day of your life, dear friend, I believe God wants you to know…that there is a solution to all of this- and it is right around the next corner.
A few weeks from now, you will not even be facing this problem. A few months from now, you will have forgotten you ever had it. A few years from now, you will wonder why you let yourself worry so much.”
I don’t want to add more to this because it’s self-explanatory, though some situations in life takes more than weeks to resolve but all the same, worrying is stressful, even though it’s in our nature as humans to worry, but we can live better lives if we eschew that two headed monster and enjoy ourselves. Like the storm that battered us in the UK today, that’s life – sometimes predictable, sometimes not!
So on this day… and this week, I hope it would be interesting, peaceful and productive for you all wherever you are in the world!
Much love, always!
I love the author. He was one of the first writers who changed my life completely. Love his words and your adds, Sandra. The storm has left the Netherlands late in the afternoon. It was terrible, but it’s over now. Have a wonderful week. Pawkisses 🙂
Thanks for your visit and comment dear friend, hopefully the storm is over too in London. I’m glad you like the author he has great words. Do have a beautiful week!!
May I recommend following http://mindfulbalance.org?
I’ll do ASAP!
Fantastic quote from a great author! Life is unpredictable but it’s our reactions that matter most. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Thanks for your visit and wise words!
Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat™.
Thanks for the Reblog dear friend!
I love the mirror-like stillness of the water 😉
I’m glad you do JC!
Incessant worry does not add value to our lives. I wholeheartedly agree with you that trying to remain in a state of happiness is the key. It is the greatest thing we can do for ourselves.
Thanks for sharing the quote, sis. Love it!
Love this Sandra, just what I needed to read today, in light of the ‘storms’ in my life right now. Beautiful quote and photo, says so much. Thank you for sharing… 🙂 x
I’m glad you liked it Sherri, I hope you’ll have peace, storms come and go, yours will to. I’m grateful for your visit!
Much love. 🙂
Good advice! I hadn’t realised you’re in the UK – I hope you’ve survived the storm 🙂
I did thanks, though I was out and about! Thanks for stopping by Ken!
On this day is my first time visiting this site and I am enjoy here. 😀
Thank you for open my mind with your unforgetable quotes.
Thanks so much ‘My Surya,’ I appreciate your visit!! Hope you’ll check by again!
love it ! what a beautiful quote…
Thanks Yasmine, I’m grateful for your visit!
your welcome girl friend
Very well written… 🙂
Thanks dear friend! 🙂
And sometimes not weeks YEARS to find a solution! Great post!
We can only live for today so stressing over tomorrow wastes today. Good post.
Sandra, your words have lifted me up in more ways than one. After moving house on Sunday, our old Opel Astra that we had intended my husband to use to commute from his MBA school far from our new home to cut down on petrol consumption ( I use the Sorento) got burnt under mysterious circumstances!
Yes, God is in control and He has a solution for us! 🙂
I’m so sorry to hear that! But it was the car that got burnt, and it can and will be replaced. I’m sorry for just replying now, my internet network had a few problems.
God is indeed in control my dear friend!
I loved the quote. And of course, there is always a solution to every problem, we just need to wait till the God opens doors for us 🙂 Spare some time to visit my Blog sometime: ffirefly.wordpress.com
Have a good day !
Thanks for your visit, I’ll stop over at yours now. Have a great week!
A wonderful quote indeed, Seyisandra.
Thanks for your wonderful comment. I’m grateful!
Much love. 🙂
I am catching up on your posts! I love every single one of them. They are.so inspirational and thought provoking. Your gift without a doubt, writing. You don’t waste words or use them as a weapon. You use them as a vehicle to make change and to promote a higher level of thinking with such simplicity. I am so glad that we have crossed paths this past year. Much love my friend!
Thanks so much, I’m blushing at your comment. I really appreciate your kindness my friend!!
Much love to you! 🙂