He is a human with feelings,
Feelings to feel the pain,
And feelings to feel the sorrow.
The best recipe for a broken heart-
Forget the past,
Learn lesson from the past,
Believe in yourself,
Love and never hate yourself,
Always think innovation of yourself,
Stop comparing yourself unto others,
Instead compare yourself to your past self,
So you can be able to determine who you are
And learn to appreciate yourself.
If you have tried and met with failure;
If you have planned and watched your plans as they were crushed before your eyes;
Just remember that greatest men in all history were the products of courage,
And courage, you know, is born in the cradle of adversity.
As you sail through life,
Don’t avoid rough waters!
Sail on… because calm seas;
Never make you a skillful sailor!
Be strong always!
Because God will be your anchor!
Wish you many blessings to come and God bless!
About the Author:
Moises P. Reconalla is the School Guidance Counselor, College Instructor and Working Students Supervisor at North Davao College, Panabo City, Philippines.
He has taught several courses at the college including: Guidance and Counseling, General Psychology, Philippine History: Roots and Development, General Anthropology and Sociology, and Dr. Jose Rizal: Life, Works & Writings.
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