Pain or Wisdom?

Scars never fade, they are always there, a part of you – your heart, some have beautiful while some have painful memories attached to them, I think we should learn to live with them and gain strength to mold ourselves to a better human, Join hands and be grateful for all the road blocks that […]

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Scars never fade, they are always there, a part of you – your heart, some have beautiful while some have painful memories attached to them, I think we should learn to live with them and gain strength to mold ourselves to a better human,

Join hands and be grateful for all the road blocks that prevented you from your paths not meant or never meant for you and lead you to something better, it is entirely on us to transform a memory into a wound or wisdom,

We can have millions of reason to say NO but only one reason to say yes and that is YES,

Think and ponder, how we can use our pain and sorrow as our source of energy to rise again and live life, remember, we can always be reached or reached out, there is always someone who can listen you, just need to share.

Stay blessed

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