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Thought For Today: Think ‘Maybe’

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When things go wrong or not as planned, think ‘maybe’!
Maybe it’s not meant to happen now. Maybe there’s something better to come. Maybe there’s a benefit or something to learn here. Maybe I could have done things differently.
Think ‘maybe’ and you’re not caught up in disappointment or labelling things as good or bad. Instead you’re able to maintain your peace of mind, readjust, improvise and look at alternatives.

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