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Here's a thought, a quote, and a resource I wanted to share with you this Thursday.

I don’t often get discouraged, but when I do, I go through my encouragement file. A mentor told me to store encouragements I receive because they’re handy to review when we’re feeling discouraged.

I found this note that I’d stored away a few years ago:
It was exactly what I needed to read at that moment.

Do you have an encouragement file? It may be worth looking at it today. If you don’t have one, please consider starting one. I promise it will help you.

“Let’s not get too settled in, too satisfied with the good things down here on earth. They are only the tinkling sounds of the orchestra warming up. The real song is about to break into a heavenly symphony, and its prelude is only a few moments away.”

(Joni Erickson Tada)

It’s dangerous to recommend a movie to others, but I read a review of Nine Days by Brett McCracken and ended up watching it. It’s the best movie I’ve watched last year. It’s a little out there, but it may help to reawaken a sense of wonder at the privilege of being alive.
Thanks for reading!

Darryl Dash
author of 8 Habits for Growth and How to Grow