How to Begin Again After an Unexpected Ending
Life will only get better when we respond to it in a better way.
We need to respond better towards our life situations, as that is also part of our growth, learning, and the wisdom we have attained. Life is not static, and neither should be our response towards it. Our weapons are our ability to pause and witness life, and the choice we have over our response.
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