Random fantastically glittered slither of paper left at my job…
With a charming piece of morale boost penned in it….
Upon further inspection, I went to visit ReadMeNYC.blogspot.com, the site that is on the back of this lovely strip. Apparently the creator’s name is Morgan and she is in NYC visiting, and is just looking to brighten everyone’s day. This Georgia peach is such a sweetheart, and I definitely smiled when I picked it up!
I do hope that other people’s lives will be blessed by these messages. I hope that those who read the messages will know of their truth, that they will know that they are loved, and that they are beautiful, and that they are perfect just the way they are. I will be eternally indebted to New York City. This is only a small thing that I can do to give back to it just a small piece of what it has given to me. — Morgan.
Morgan has created 355 slips to be placed everywhere she visits. Let’s hope she made her way to you!
Some people think that there is no light at the end of the tunnel, and all the hard work and trials they go through have no real reward at the end. Having someone in your corner is something everyone looks for – having that person with you when you need a support system is worth it (whether it be family, friends or a spouse). The light is whatever your goal is – what makes you happy, what makes you want to wake up in the morning and feel as though you are making a significant influence on your community.
Don’t do something that you don’t want to do, just to make others happy. All the hard work, crying , losing people who have been in your life for ever (there is a reason they didn’t make it to your future and stayed in your past). Not everyone will be there for you throughout your life. Don’t stress over things which you have no real control over, forcing yourself into deep stages of depression and weight loss/gain. All of these are things which test your determination and your will for a better you.
At the end remember it is about you, it’s your life so live it. Classes will get harder. There will be disappointment (well, there is no way around that) and challenges (would you really appreciate something you didn’t work for?). Fight every obstacle in your way so when you reach the threshold of your destiny and achieve that goal you are able to appreciate it and know that you worked hard for this.
The moral of the story? The light at the end of the tunnel is not a sentence…it is a stepping stone to your life. No matter what. Be proud of where you are, love who you are and never be ashamed of what you are becoming. So just do what you have to in order to be happy. NEVER give up. The light will come….
What you do before and after is all up to “YOU”!