BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 by Leo F. Buscaglia, in LOVING EACH OTHER

“We need courage to meet what comes and know that whatever it is, it will not last forever. Nothing lasts forever. Not pain, not joy, not even life. We need to accept the fact that the only way anything will ever be accomplished exactly as we want it, is if we do it. So if we choose to delegate, then it is natural that the results will vary in some way from what we intended and we must learn to accept it. If we have enough strength to take full responsibility for our failures as well as our successes, then our self-respect is nurtured and grows. When we join others for mutual strength and support we will have to develop the courage of coexistence.”

             Leo F. Buscaglia, in “Loving Each Other”

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               Charles Dubois

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