“Write your Sad times in Sand,
Write your Good times in Stone.”
NOTE: What wonderful advice from George Bernard Shaw. When we let our sad moments disappear like the morning dew we create room tor our memories of good times to rise to the top. These are the memories that are our reservoir of strength to navigate our way through life.
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