Daily Inspiration
Aug 13

Your ship has come in and you find out that it is really a small dingy or that it needs a lot of work...What do you do. Most people will just abandon it, few will dream about fixing it up and a limited number will pick up the challenge and say I can make it like new again. They will work long and hard to make come back too life and after they have restored it back, others will be envious and pass it off as they were just lucky. Being in the right place at the right time is a rarity that few people just bump into. Learning, working harder, being persistent is the key too many's success. Follow in the path of a successful person and your ship will come in.

When your ship comes in, make sure that you are willing to unload its treasures. Prepare it for its next journey. If  a captain is worried about the ships safety from the storms and does not take her out to the high seas, then he has created a high price storage unit and a poor museum. Ships come in only to depart on another journey to another foreign land too load even more treasures. 


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