Words Well Spoken

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“It’s a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no telling where you might be swept off to.” Bilbo Baggins

“And now, Harry, let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.” Albus Dumbledore

Today over at Faster than Kudzu, Joshilyn Jackson had something to say about personal growth. If you are not a regular, then it’s probably not the post for you to cut your teeth on as her Mental Illness Number (trade mark J. Jackson) seemed to be rather high.

My own Mental Illness Number (TMJJ) has been steadily on the rise since Friday due to various and sundry things. The mushroom cloud hovering over my nuclear explosion of hormones and life reached its apex today, so tomorrow will HAVE to be better. However, whether it is or whether it is not, Judy, our neighbor to the north, at this new blog has spoken some true wisdom. It is a little saying that can get you up and out the door with confidence to face whatever comes your way, because we all know that the adventure of life, AND one’s own feet, tend to be a little fickle at best. If this nugget of wisdom is the only true expectation OF and plan FOR the day, if this is at the foremost of our minds as we leave the safety of our doors to go and deal with the world, then we need not fear what may befall.

“Something will happen, and I will deal with it.”

Well said, Judy from Canada. No matter what, with God’s help, today, tomorrow, and the day after that, I will deal with it.

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