Every successful person had experience failure but they overcome with courage and adamant hope
I hear he liked flowers pretty well.”
“Yes,” said Annie, “he said they were the friends who always came back and never disappointed him.”
–“Out, Brief Candle
I do look for the good in everyone. I also give them a chance to be their best, and I try to cope with my disappointment when they’re not
Disappointment and Depression are terrorists that kidnap people’s original peace for no good reason. The Holy Spirit of God is a dependable army to drive them away! May you be free from being disappointed and depressed. May you have and share peace as long as you live!
Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.
Meeting writers is always so disappointing. I got over wanting to meet live writers quite a long time ago. There is this terrific book that has changed your life, and then you meet the author, and he has shifty eyes and funny shoes and he won’t talk about anything except the injustice of the United States income tax structure toward people with fluctuating income, or how to breed Black Angus cows, or something.
For invented gods invariably disappoint those who worship them.
May you find comfort by reading and mediation on God’s word.
When in place of love you have grieves. And in place of glory nonfulfillment of hopes you earn, know that it’s a natural catastrophe preparing you for distinguished conditions.” – Darmie Orem
Stories start in all sorts of places. Where they begin often tells the reader of what to expect as they progress. Castles often lead to dragons, country estates to deeds of deepest love (or of hate), and ambiguously presented settings usually lead to equally as ambiguous characters and plot, leaving a reader with an ambiguous feeling of disappointment. That’s one of the worst kinds.