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  • Susan Fletcher, Ph.D.

Making The Most of Everything That Comes Your Way: The Carrot, An Egg or A Coffee Bean

This week I’m writing a lot. But, I’m writing child custody reports, summary reports, psychological reports and emails. You know, the brainy, work-related, I gotta do it stuff.

You have weeks like this where you get to do what you love but you have to do the harder part of what you love. I didn’t have time to blog very much but I read one I liked and am passing it on to you because this stuck out at me:

“The happiest of people don’t necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the most of everything that comes along their way. The brightest future will always be based on a forgotten past; you can’t go forward in life until you let go of your past failures and heartaches.”

That’s just a piece of what the blog post that I stumbled on today says. It made so much sense and you need to read it too. It’s a simple way to teach resiliency. Remember, to teach is to learn twice. We can all use a little dose every now and then of ways to be resilient.

To read more of this soulful goodness that applies to just about everything in life, click on it Carrot, egg and coffee bean.

I want to always be a coffee bean. How about you?

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