"Miami Beach" by Milan Bowers

I’ve heard this saying many times: “You only fail when you fail to try”. Keeping this in mind it should be a constant reminder for us to work on ourselves everyday and to knock off any chips on our shoulders, dust off those parts of us that have laid dormant and unproductive, pick ourselves up by our bootstraps and kick up our heels. No one else can do it for us. We have to be our own daily inspiration. We have to get quiet and listen to what our heart is telling us. We don’t give in. We don’t give up. We keep on keeping-on.

By our trying to do our best we will always win, because at the end of the day what really maters when we lay our heads upon our pillows to rest, is that we tried and that tomorrow is another day. Share this with those around you and pass along the old saying enough times until you get the message. We are here on Earth to do a job … no matter how small. We are here not to take but to contribute and we cannot do that if we are stagnate … tired … hopeless or sad. Let go of the binds that would try to hold you back and reach for your bright tomorrow. No one can do it for you but together we can boost the collective moral.


About Theresa H Hall

As a professional vocalist. licensed broadcaster, artist, published poet, lyricist, writer, essayist, critic, animal lover and budding pastr View all posts by Theresa H Hall

One response to “Motivation

  • Ike Polen

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