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Making Sense When Life Doesn't (Thorndike Inspirational)

by Cecil Murphey

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Life is messy, cluttered, disorganized. Companies downsize. Relationships end. Trauma hits. When chaos erupts, every person has choices. We can call it the worst time of our lives, wishing for the way things used to be and resenting the changes that have been forced on us. Or we can say,"This can be a positive time in my life. I didn't choose the crisis, but I can choose to learn through it." Making Sense When Life Doesn't is about making your life better - not in spite of but because of the adversities you face. Life won't ever be perfect. But it can be good. It can be exciting...better than you ever imagined.… (more)

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