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Those who love deeply never grow old; they may die of old age, but they die young.
-- Sir Arthur Pinero
 

 

Wednesday, August 24, 3005

From weakness to strength

When you admit to yourself that you have a particular weakness, you’ve taken an important step in getting beyond it. For once you see the weakness clearly, you will come up with many ways to work on it.

When you’ve discovered a weakness, you’ve identified a pathway to strength. Working to get just a single weakness out of the way can add increased power and effectiveness to everything you do.

For every weakness that you have, there is a strength with which you can replace it. From every weakness, there is something of value to be learned.

Weakness is nothing to be ashamed of. Rather, it is something to be worked on.

What if the very same factors that now work against you could be changed into forces that propel you forward? By having the courage to face your own weaknesses, you can make that happen.

See your weaknesses for what they are. And you’ll see that they are filled with opportunity.

— Ralph Marston

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