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When it is dark enough, you can see the stars - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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When it is dark enough,
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When it is dark enough, you can see the stars - Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

Life seems to have a way of kicking us when we are down. Just when you think you can’t fall any further, we often get kicked again. One thing we should not forget though, is that failures, setbacks, and tragedy are part of life.



Whether you can find joy and success in your daily struggles of life, depends largely on your ability to persevere through adversity. The seemingly long stretches of disappointment, fear, pain, or heartaches, are just brief and insignificant moments in your life, that will pass.



Ralph Waldo Emerson puts it best, when it is dark enough, you can see the stars. The stars are a symbol of hope for a better tomorrow. Hope is all important, because it makes the present moments a lot easier to bear. If you have the belief that tomorrow will be a better day, it lightens the burden of any difficulty you have to content with today.



There are a lot of positives in your life, which at times you may not even realize. Every now and then, you may lose your motivation, or you have a down moment. At a time like that, just remember the huge potential that sits inside of you, ready to be tapped.



In your struggle to be successful, you will sometimes face temporary setbacks. If you give in to them, you will be defeated. Hope gives you the belief of a better tomorrow, and will let you carry on, to become successful, in spite of the setbacks.



Things will eventually change for the better, even when the going is really tough right now. It is always darkest before dawn, and the hardest trials often come right before your breakthrough.



So stay persistent, since at any point you could be at the tipping point, where success awaits you. Be hopeful for a brighter tomorrow, by looking at the positives in your life, and know that there will be a better tomorrow.

 

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