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positivelifetips: It’s ok to have a bad day. It’s ok to have a melt down. You’re human. Let it out and then get back up and keep going forw...

"If you're going through hell, Keep Going". Winston Churchill spent a little time in hell ... and kept moving until he got through it !

"Are you feeling a bit shaken, maybe stirred, maybe fearful and doubtful and completely utterly, wildly terrified? Good. Keep going."

History repeats this - and all truths - because of our apathy! We are being gently 'numbed' and strategically lulled into believing that our government will take care of us. We continue daily to loose more of the rights fought and paid for by those who knew life without the freedoms we now take for granted. Someday soon, WE THE PEOPLE are either going to be led like sheep to the slaughter, or we are going to have to start fighting to keep and restore our freedoms! It's not a conspiracy, it's…

Positive Quote: Sometimes the strength within you is not a fiery flame that all can see, it is just a tiny spark that whispers softly, "you got this", "keep going". -Any Lengths. www.HealthyPlace.com

mamapeterson: “ For this #MotivationalMonday I want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who has already participated in our represent.com/jared campaign. Together we’re inspiring an #AKF movement....

Pass rope around the post/rail; cross free end under the standing part (portion of rope connected to the horse's halter). 2. Form a loop, going over and then behind the standing rope. 3. Make a second loop in free end, keeping it near first loop, and pass it over standing rope & through first loop. 4. Set or snug the knot by pulling on both standing rope &  second loop. To untie, simply pull on the tail end of the rope.

Pass rope around the post/rail; cross free end under the standing part (portion of rope connected to the horse's halter). 2. Form a loop, going over and then behind the standing rope. 3. Make a second loop in free end, keeping it near first loop, and pass it over standing rope & through first loop. 4. Set or snug the knot by pulling on both standing rope & second loop. To untie, simply pull on the tail end of the rope.

Keep going. You're doing great. You might not be where you want to be yet, but that's okay. Just take it one step at a time and keep believing in yourself.