Adversity & Presence

Fewer things can turn a bad day around like giving someone else a good day.  Misery may love company, but maybe that’s just what someone in true misery needs – is company. I recently read this article on The Art of Presence.  I’ll let you read it for yourself and reflect.  Maybe you don’t need it today, but when you do, I think it serves as a great plan for those times we simply don’t plan and don’t want to plan for.

And in the daily struggles we find ourselves in – you know, the ones that are really big and the ones that just seem big at the time:  “What if we looked at adversity as an advertisement for the product of Hope; acquired at the corner of Suffering and Perseverance; with a complete endorsement from Character.”