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Mine are "when you find yourself at the end of your rope, hold on," and "this, too, shall pass."
Babaghanouj Babaghanouj 22-25, F 16 Answers Jul 6 in Health

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I've heard a version of the first one "When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on."

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"I ask not for a lighter burden, but for broader shoulders."

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"When the world says "give up" hope whispers "try it one more time"

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**** off hope, why is always me that has to "try it one more time"? Why don't you do it instead, cause I'm done *flips the bird while walking away* :)

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wow someone didn't have a nice meet with hope haha

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" There's something sharp in me that puts an edge on all the soft words I once owned. "

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i just remember things come in three classes <br />
1 things you can do something about<br />
2 things you cant do anything about<br />
3 things you can do something about but are not worth the effort <br />
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then i pick what category it belongs in and keep living

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''After every hardship, comes ease.''

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Kick *** and take no prisoners..

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It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.<br />
Seneca

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Praying.

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Just remember that for every hard time, there will always be a good time.

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"Why does God hate me so much?"

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life is temporary

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"Everything you do, will one day be forgotten, so forget about it now"

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The only one that applies to me is the one I made up myself. When life hands me **** (which it does on a daily basis) and knocks me down, I pick myself back up and ask, "Is that all you've got?" Everything else just sounds like self-help bullshit to me.

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