What Is Left – Not What Is Lost

Losses take place daily in our lives.  They can happen through decision making, circumstance, accident or incident.  We gain and lose small and great things.  It can be a job, car, home, person, health concern, financial situation – but we gain and lose.  After we assess the situation and recognize the loss we are then put in the position of answering the only question that matters.


Why is this so important?  Because that is all we have!  I have been stripped of business, love, friends, family, money, connections.  It was not until I looked at what I had left that I was able to realize that I had everything I needed to get to my next step.  I may not have liked it.  I would not have chosen it.  But it was what I had.  And it was enough!

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