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...it's about learning to dance in the rain."

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

"Life's not about waiting for the storms to pass... it's about learning to dance in the rain."
We all face adversity in our life. However, it’s not the adversity, but how we react to it that will determinate the joy and happiness in our lives. During tough times, do we spend too much time feeling sorry for our selves or can we, with gratitude…learn to dance in the rain?
Thank you Lord for the rain>:)

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  • MITECU
    I'm dancing to the music of the rain because God is always faithful and He will protect me in the storm!!! emoticon
    4273 days ago
  • TKJBSGETTINGFIT
    Interesting that of all the actions to show joy, it's dancing. I know from personal experience when I am excited and happy, my feet dance even if I am sitting down and pretty soon I feel like letting all of me dance with them!

    Some people choose to listen to depressing music when they are feeling down. I listen to dance music because it brings my spirit back up and I want to move and participate in life again! emoticon
    4274 days ago
  • GRANDMANANCY
    Yahoo ! I read this on a devotion this AM...and it is raining here today...so I am DANCING!!!!
    4274 days ago
  • DANC783
    I have learnt that a little gratitude to my Lord is more than money can buy. There are times I feel down but God has always carried me through my storms and then I look back and saw how I wasted my time worrying. God is good all the time just trust him.
    4274 days ago
  • HLTHYLIVNCCJ
    Well put!!!! We often have adversity in our lives, but it is our ability to find the joy or positive in everything that determines our outcomes. I choose to dance in the rain and live life to the fullest of my ability.

    Best wishes on your conintued adventure here on Spark!
    4274 days ago
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