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Annie~Joy writes: You Have Come Too Far To Return To The Beginning. Be Inspired!

You are crying because what you are working on to make it prefect seems not to polish itself. Your outward seem joyful but your inward is filled with bitterness of sorrow. Due to that, you just feel like giving up on that dream, that vision and that plan. 

Sometimes you feel you wish you had someone who can understand and feel what you are feeling. You loved them all generously yet they paid you back with bitterness of attitude. You sit down imagining all these circumstances. The circumstances that press you in like you are in a room with not ventilation which makes you feel like returning to the beginning by living like an ordinary man with no vision, aim or dream.

You have come too far, too far for the issues of life to hide you from exploring. You graduated with them, some of them are in school and they use that as a point to paint your face blank, it has made you yield... yielding so hard to be in school. Mind you, the one at school also wish to be at your place. Some are in school and when a semester is about to begin, how to pay their fees and accommodate them is a problem.

You started looking for job opportunities with them some have had it but would you believe some had to go in bed with men before opportunities opened for them? You may never know the dirty sacrifices some made and are making just to obtain and maintain their position. You want to work gently to achieve them all then don't expect to achieve them smoothly.

William Shakespeare said: "Life every man holds dear; but the dear man holds honor far more precious dear than life" When yielding for something becomes out of control, it leads to FRUSTRATIONS. You have come too far to return to the beginning, know it's never easy. All you have to do is to keep pressing on with hard work and determination and desiring more. "We've got some difficult days ahead. But it really doesn't matter with me now because I've been to the mountain top I've looked over and I've seen the promised land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know that we as a people will get to the promised land."

By (Martin Luther): Get excited where you are and not where you wish to be. If you get excited about where you want to be then you are in to kill your soul. Appreciate the circumstances today, endure in them, face them and they shall be your spoken words tomorrow.

#Getinspired #Getmotivated #Lifekeepscomingback

Writer: Annie~Joy 
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  1. Wow this little woman is making waves in the speaking of ideas concerning the living of life to the fullest.
    Kudos madam Joy Annie you do all

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    1. Yes ooo, she is blessed. Visit this site often for more. Thanks

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