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Dancing In the Rain (from Friday’s quote)

April 4, 2011

Friday’s quote generated many positive responses. Yet the question remains, How To? Sing along with me “I’m dancing in the rain”, oh, wait that’s “singing in the rain”- Gene Kelly. Same difference. Dancing or singing in the rain begins with attitude (or is it gratitude). If one trains themselves to see any adversity as an opportunity for learning and strengthening, then one can be glad for the challenge presented (not to be confused with wishing for) Remember the attitude and lesson of Rabbi Nachum Ish Gamzu, who said no matter what happened to him, “This too is for the good”. That thought allowed him to find the good or create the good.

“I learned much from my teachers, more from my books, and most from my troubles”. – Baraisos de Rabbi Yitzchak

 “In life, it doesn’t matter how hard you can hit, it’s how hard you can get hit and still keep moving forward”. – Rocky Balboa (Rocky Vl)

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