“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow.'” –Mary Anne RadmacherThat’s the gist of this video.To get to the YouTube video click here.
Originally published on Beyond Blue at Beliefnet.com
So simply encouraging! Thank you. I will reblog this on my blog.
Reblogged this on Crazy Schizophrenia, Crippling OCD and an Enthusiastic Mother and commented:
“I will try again tomorrow.” So simple & encouraging. Tomorrow is a new day, a new beginning, a new opportunity, a new hope. Thank you Therese Borchard.
I will try again tomorrow = courage!
Thank you for your timely straightforward message.
Mary Beth Waite
On the tram the other day there was a guy (probably about 30 y/o) who was talking to himself and blethering on to an invisible source. No one was sitting near him but me. He was very drunk, nursing a beer. There’s a rehab facility and psychiatric hospital near where I live. I thought maybe he was travelling there. He kept looking over at me and I smiled back at him. He then dropped his beer and started swearing and growling really loud. The tram driver looked up and was going to stop. I ssssshhhhhed at him. He started crying saying ‘I’ve effed up, I’ve really effed up’. I got up to get off at my stop and I said to him ‘Don’t worry darl, tomorrow will be a better day’. We all have to believe that.
From responses to your message, I see that you have struck a vital point for others to hear and believe and act on. You are a splendid mentor — thanks,