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As much as I can't, I can't!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

As much as I just want to quit school and start over, to try and figure out this thing that is going on and solve it, and just plain quit, I can't. I saw this quote yesterday..."Pain is nothing compared to what it feels like to quit!" So, as much as I can't see me making it, I can't quit. So, I have to just do the best I can and focus on the fact that the pain of quitting would have been worse.

Lord, please grant me strength, give me desire, and lift me up in Spirit.
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  • DITZYCHICK
    LOVE your quote!!! Trying is far more rewarding than quitting...stay positive and keep trying, only good things can come of it!!!
    1800 days ago
  • REALLY_ROBIN
    I will pray for you Doug...He will see you through!

    1800 days ago
  • HEALTHIERKEN
    . . . and if you don't 'make it'? Would that be the end of the world, or just a practice run for making it next time? Remember our Lord has promised us we will never be given loads we cannot carry with his help. And that does not necessarily mean the finished load will look exactly the way we anticipated it would . . .
    1800 days ago
  • BAILEE_GRAVES
    I have chronic pain issues. I take several pain meds. It's not easy. And there are days when it's all I can do to get up and move.

    But your blog from 9/29 says it all my friend!! He'll see you through it.

    I shared with a friend recently my favorite scripture in the Bible is ".....and it came to pass." Always remember that!! It did not come to STAY. God tells us.....many times......and it came to PASS!

    I know you'll find the strength to continue. I know it's in there. One day at a time; one step at a time.

    And above all.....know that you are not alone!
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    1801 days ago
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