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“The struggle you’re in today is developing the strength you need tomorrow.”
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8 thoughts on ““The struggle you’re in today is developing the strength you need tomorrow.” – Robert Tew”
That is true as long as we allow it to strengthen us. But if we fight against the struggles, become angry because of them, we may only develop a negative mindset which will not profit us in the future. I’m for letting it bring strength and wisdom for the future.
That’s a wise addition/caveat 🙂
The burnout I’m suffering today will be tomorrow’s ashes.
Half full or half empty …
Depends if it’s medicine or beer.
What about Champagne or beer ? Or medicine and poison ?
Man, is that ever relevant.
Yup, I keep taking my vitamins, so far so good 🙂