Oh so true! As a writer I try to remember that whenever something less than desirable happens. It’s all potential fodder. (Although I realize this quote is probably meant in a more spiritual nature . . . )
That’s what I love about interpretation – there is no right or wrong. I love that it sparked any kind of thought!
Your take is interesting, and you’re right, I wasn’t thinking in those terms. But it’s a great thing to remember! So many things happen that seem bad at the time, but you never know where it will lead. Maybe a future blog post, maybe a stronger relationship, maybe a funny story you’ll tell over and over, maybe…anywhere.
This is true. But the older you get the more you forget what you once remembered. Then when you are reminded of something by someone they remember it all wrong–or so it seems. Maybe its just my ditziness in overdrive…
Well, it’s definitely not just you. I’ve also noticed how much other people remember things wrong as I age.
Ha! Good one. It reminds me of the similar one I read somewhere that was something like: Adventures seldom feel like adventures when you’re going through them.
And ain’t it the truth? Some adventures feel like roller coaster rides from hell. I’m not one who enjoys anxiety. At all! But when you can look back on it and laugh, then it’s okay.
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