Do Sorrow and Sadness fill your days and nights? Do something positive to change your tomorrow! Sorrow is an emotion that most people don’t aspire to experience, yet most people do experience sorrow and sadness sometimes in their lifetime. Even though in some ways it is a negative emotion, it can also help a person to appreciate all the other times that they are happier. It can also help a person detach from someone or something negative that has been in their life. Sorrow and sadness generally improve with the passing of time. As people often say time does heal wounds. Doing something positive to change your tomorrow can also help a person regenerate. So, if you’re feeling sad and sorrowful or experiencing remorse because of something that’s been done to you, or because of something that you did, focus on doing something positive to boost your spirits and to change your tomorrow to a happier day. If prolonged sadness does not improve sometimes professional assistance is needed.
Very early in my writing career I decided with very little difficulty what I’d use as my tag line because I knew why I wanted to write. I aspired to inspire people to improve and enhance their lives. So, it was logical that my tag line would read “I Aspire To Inspire”. I wanted to make a difference with my writing, whether it was fiction or non-fiction because it was clear that there were many unhappy, confused people in the world who could benefit from a little inspiration. With that in mind I’ve added a new feature to my blog – Wickedly Wise Inspiration Cards.
I’ll be adding a new card every week and I’d love to send them to you to add a little inspiration to your week. If the idea of receiving a little inspiration at an unexpected moment sounds good to just send me your email address below. Or check back often if you need a little inspiration.
“I Aspire To Inspire”
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