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Climb Every Mountain, you have the strength



New Member
Hi guys, I wrote this today and would like to share with you.

I know that times are difficult for a lot of people. Many of us are facing difficulties in our lives, financial and otherwise, that perhaps we didn't know last year we were going to face, and we're not sure how to deal with them. Sometimes it can feel like we're heading into unchartered territory and it can feel overwhelming.

Now is a time to remember the old adage, to forgive and forget, do unto others as we would have them do unto us - and keep at the forefront of our minds that most of the world is going through some kind of stress.

It's nice to know that we have caring friends and family - so much support is needed right now, for ourselves and for others. The message I want to get across to you is that if we look deep enough inside ourselves, we have the strength. There is so much untapped resource inside the human race and it's time for that resource to come out. Turn off the noise, the unnecessary outside static, focus on that which is important - look deep inside yourself and you will find the strength you need.

To end, the lyrics of the age old song:

From the Sound of Music Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein
Climb every mountain, search high and low
Follow every byway, every path you know.
Climb every mountain, ford every stream,
Follow every rainbow, 'til you find your dream!

A dream that will need
all the love you can give,
Every day of your life
for as long as you live.

Climb every mountain, ford every stream,
Follow every rainbow, 'til you find your dream!

Ed McCosh

New Member
A nice quote to help you see challenges differently:

"You can't climb a smooth mountain."