Category Archives: BURDENS

With a heavy load and a long journey


In life you can never be too kind or too fair; everyone you meet is carrying a heavy load. When you go through your day expressing kindness and courtesy to all you meet, you leave behind a feeling of warmth and good cheer, and you help alleviate the burdens everyone is struggling with.”

Brian Tracy


Teams share the burden and divide the grief.

Doug Smith

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“Sometimes carrying the burden of an upsetting truth, and hiding it, is actually a gift you give to someone else. You bear that burden, so they don’t have to, in a situation where telling them will change nothing.”

― Cassandra Clare

A man who is trampled to death by an elephant is a man who is blind and deaf.

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Meyek olenkaina ilala lenyena
The elephant does not get tired of its tusks
Meaning: one carries his burden without flinching.

Until you’ve lost your reputation, you never realize what a burden it was.

Margaret Mitchell (1900 – 1949)

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“Reputation is what others think of us; character is what we know of us. When you spend a lot of energy trying to repair a few moments of time that destroyed the view others once had of you, or a judgement someone made of you, true or not, then you must ask yourself, why take on the problem when it is really them?”

― Tambré Bryant – Strategic Intervention Life Coach

“Don’t carry the world around or your history around like a burden. In fact, don’t carry it around at all. One step at a time.” Art Hochberg

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“Do we follow the road life’s placed before us?
Or do we dare step up and forge an exceptional path.
A path fraught with struggle and sacrifice,
Yet one whose outcome places us in destiny’s arms.”

― Christopher Babson, Breakout Presentations

Some guys suffer terribly from lack of handling know-how on peacocks.

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“Do not take all hope away from show-people and the hordes that would love to be like them. Don’t take the straw or twig away from a drowning man either. As a matter of fact, a weight of peacock feathers (desires for glamour) and a pound of lead are hard to carry.