What can YOU say in six sentences?
“If you set your mind on loss, you are more likely to lose…but a grateful perspective brings happiness and abundance into a person’s life.” – from The Noticer, .Andy Andrews
According to Greek legend, the son of Poverty and Plenty was...Love.
Between heaven and earth--there is Love. Between dreams and desires, between fulfillment and disappointment, between achievement and failure, possession and want, loss and abundance... there is always, LOVE.
A smile, a conversation, and a caring piece of advice often are all that is needed to bridge the gap between the worlds of hope and despair—that lonesome borderline where many of us travel. Having another person to walk that line with can make all the difference in one’s outlook. The Greeks understood depression and its effects and you know, I think Friend just might be the cousin of Love as well.