your word of the day: endure

Go through the darkness and come out the other side.

When you think I can’t stand another minute of this, know that you can. When you think I won’t make it through another day, know that you will. When you can’t take another moment of the pain and the fear and the feelings of hopelessness, take another moment anyway. Endure the heartache and come out heartstrong. Endure the tremors and the grief and the isolation and come out sturdy and robust and ready for another round. Like a diamond in the making, endure the heat and the pressure for what seems like eternity, and emerge with a new brilliance and clarity. When you think you’ve come to your end, dig deep and endure.

364 more “words” in this book, all to help empower, comfort, entertain, and inspire you to live a full-spectrum life. Now available in most Barnes & Noble stores on the front-of-the-cover of WWWstore Mother’s Day Gift Ideas table, and also online. Note: my book, 365 Words of Well-Being for Women (McGraw-Hill/Contemporary 1997) is the original title, and has the same content as this version. Barnes & Noble repackaged it with a different title and hardcover format, but left the innards intact. I’ve received confirmed sightings of the book on display365WomenCover in California and Colorado. Let me know what you find in your local B&N! When one of us succeeds, all of us succeed.

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