Don't give up!

Last Update: July 15, 2018

Good morning, everyone! Happy Sunday, my official day of REST!

I saw this picture of a man climbing a mountain, with pure exhaustion, I assume! I thought of how sometimes we get discouraged and want to quit, but that is the time that we must work harder and be more determined to be successful!!

I am reminded of Benoit Lecomte, a lady who swam nearly 4,000 miles from Massachusets to France in 73 days! What a feat! I'm sure that her body was weakened with fatigue and she wanted to give up, but she didn't and now she is a part of history as the only woman who has ever done that!

These are my words of encouragment to you: Don't Give Up! You've come this far! Keep writing, keep researching, keep studying, keep asking for advice! One of these days you will reap the benefits of your hard work!

God bless you all and have a very blessed day!!

Sincerely,


Dalia Vargas

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ElaineSmith1 Premium
Hey Dalia,
These are wise words!!
Thanks allot!!

Tried and True

Elaine
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kimgwinter Premium
Thank you for the encouragement Dalia, much needed at the moment. God bless!
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RAFStuart Premium
So very true, when I feel down, I do say to myself, this time you will succeed, even when I procrastinate, which is too often, have a word and get back on track.
Stuart
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DBlanchard Premium
It's funny how your post was really right there at the right time.

We tend to get discouraged easily when we don't see immediate results.

Let me share a little experience I had this morning. I was going through my older posts and one of them needed some upkeep. So of course, my first instinct was to go and givre it some TLC.

After I was done, I decided to check how it ranked. To my own surprise, there it was, Google's position one on page one!!!

It goes to show that what you do today will be worth your while tomorrow.

As you so elegantly say:. Don't give up!!!

Have yourself a blessed day also. :)

Denis
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Godsmack12 Premium
Great post words to live by.
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