PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, November 1st, 2011by Daphne Rose Kingma in THE TEN THINGS TO DO WHEN YOUR LIFE FALLS APART

“Persistence is guts.
Stick-to-itiveness. Determination. The willingness to repeat and repeat
and repeat until you’ve achieved the desired effect. Persistence says:
Don’t give up!

In this sense, persistence is visionary.
Expectant. A sacred journey resplendent with hope. When you persist you
know, on a visceral level, that you are enacting your part in the
invisible contract between you and the cosmos. Instead of feeling
powerless, you feel alive. Instead of feeling hopeless, you have a sense
that you’re on the path to somewhere. Instead of feeling like a victim,
you feel like a person of action; in your deep self you know that this
choice for action will one day be rewarded with a response.”

    Daphne Rose Kingma, in “The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart”

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