Susan’s Sound Advice #1110

Susan's Sound Advice #1110

Susan’s Sound Advice #1110

If you have ever been through a difficult period, whether it was depression, a physical illness or any other struggle, I am sure you remember those that showed you compassion and support. It is usually true that those that have been through painful, difficult times are more likely to show compassion to others. I, like most of you, have been through some rough times. I know how important it is to have a listening ear and a helping hand. The worst thing is feeling alone and suffocated by your own thoughts. One person can change someone’s life. It doesn’t take much. I will always try to be there for those that need me just to prove that compassion still exists. Each of us has the power to be a light to others, particularly in dark times. Being a “light” to others means to be an inspiration, to motivate, cheer up and excite. Even more important, it means leading by example. Sometimes we don’t even realize that we are doing it. When you have that “internal flame”, people admire you, they respect you, and they emulate you. Being a shining light to others is like a burning fire. The fire starts other fires and spreads quickly. Choose to become a light to those around you! #susankorwin

Photo taken at Maritime Museum overlooking the Throgs Neck Bridge, Bronx, NY by Robert Korwin

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