Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day saying, 'I'll try again tomorrow.'
- Mary Anne Radmache
I can’t remember how it felt not knowing days of the week, but I remember clearly the high that I felt when I woke up one morning as a 3 or 4 year old and found that I could recite all the days of the week. My guess is that everyone I sang it out to already had that information, but they were sufficiently happy with my achievement that the moment has stuck with me.
Now whenever I am trying to figure out something that in the moment seems too complex for my tiny brain, in the middle of complete confusion and drawing blanks, I always have a sense of peace. I take in all the information I can and wait; because I know that the clarity, the high and the high fives are just around the corner. I just need to wait.
Here’s to your journey of peaceful discovery littered with the highs of success!
PS. My challenge right now is to make this blog useful and relevant. Waiting for clarity. :). If you know where to find positive minded writers who love to guest blog for free about african culture, life, innovations, entertainment, or any subject about Africa or Women that inspires, please comment below or send them my way . Also if there is topic that interests you, please comment below or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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