Hold On, Don’t Give Up Just Yet…

We can’t see what tomorrow holds. But, we can be hopeful and faithful to our dreams.

The picture below says it all. Hang in there just a bit longer.

Maybe, you just need to step back, to see with new eyes, and create a new plan.

Don’t give up just yet. You can’t see how close you are to the finishing line. We never know what tomorrow holds. But tomorrow will be fruit of today’s effort for sure.

Be faithful to yourself and your dreams.

Do not give up on yourself. You might be tired. Take a break, but don’t give up. Use the break to read, fill your cup, and see the project with new eyes. Don’t throw all your hard work away, just because your tired and you can’t see how close you are to making it.

Image taken from Instagram, not sure who created it, it isn’t mine.

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28 thoughts on “Hold On, Don’t Give Up Just Yet…

  1. I don’t know. It is said that in India there is a tradition of giving up a material existence at a certain age and taking up the begging bowl. Probably rather easier in that climate than here in the UK! But that is probably not the sort of giving up you are referring to. To seek is certainly something one should not give up on. To ask the great metaphysical questions and perhaps even to glean some answers.

    I believe that I have gone about my life mostly in the wrong way. The wrong direction. All sorts of wrong. I won’t give up on seeking the right way but I will give up on all but seeking the soul.


    1. lol – you are funny. Well in India there are a group of people called sanyasis. They are the ones that give up life , look for enlightenment with a begging bowl. Read more here : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sannyasa

      And you are right, I am not talking about that kind of giving up, far from it. I think that is a bit…. too much personally.

      This post is much more simple and straightforward. In that we give a bit too quickly on dreams and goals. Life gets hard and we run out of energy to carry on. So it was just a simple reminder not to give up. Especially in the current time, and England has just gone into a 2nd full lockdown and other issues facing the world.

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      1. The search for enlightenment is something I should have done well over 50 years ago. For all sorts of childish reasons I was captivated by money, possessions and pomp for much of my life. Great wealth at one stage in the family, grand schools, grand University and a career of sorts in some prestigious institutions. The facy of the matter is that what I really sought was “god” (but note the use of a small g) Essentially that is probably the only thing that really matters. Oddly enough I would probably have been best suited to seek god as a physicist. A sort of humble Einstein is you like.

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  2. I enjoyed the pictures you paired with these encouraging words! It’s in the bending and sway that we can enliven hope to carry us through. Never giving up before the light of love comes shining through. Beautiful Bella πŸ™‚

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