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When you're at the end of your rope, tie a knot and hold on.
-- Theodore Roosevelt


Friday, February 4, 2005

Room for everything

Where there is nothing, there is room for everything. When all is lost, there is no limit to what can be gained.

When little is known, there is much that can be learned. When nothing has been done, there is much that can be accomplished.

Emptiness is an opportunity to be filled. Limitation is an opportunity to grow stronger and more capable.

Where there is overwhelming despair, there is also enormous space for love to abound. Where there is darkness, there is also the potential to be filled with light.

When you are down as low as you can go, you have the opportunity to be the best that you can be. When you’re surrounded by emptiness, there is unlimited space available for real fulfillment.

When the world seems dark, cold, and empty, there is plenty for which to be thankful. For you can fill it with warmth, with light, with meaning, and with life.

— Ralph Marston

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