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Don’t wait Till The Value Is Obvious

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Don’t Wait Till The Value is Obvious Before You Appreciate

Don’t wait till the value is obvious before you appreciate because often times at this point, you have lost the good thing you once had.

The value of peace is seen through war
The value of life speaks in death
The value of a true friend is felt in the loneliness amidst crowd
The value of sound health is appreciated when migraine calls

Love because you know what hate feels like
Respect because you understand the pains of being disrespected
Help because you know how it hurts to be helpless
Appreciate today because tomorrow may sing another song

Don’t wait till loss reminds you of how important things you had was. Appreciate them when you have them that way even when they are gone, the fond memories will always be with you.

– Selahsomeone

Dedicated to the good people we have lost somehow along the way. Sometimes we wish we could turn back the hands of time but sadly the best we can do is cherish the memories of those good times. -@Selahsomeone

Author:

Selah is a motivator with one thing in mind and that is to bring out the best in you. The basis of the teachings is that there is nothing impossible for a man who has God and who is dedicated to achieving results. Selah is an economist by profession and a life consultant by practice with wide experience in life, its values and expectations. Selah believes you are here because you need answers but know that it’s only God that can provide all answers and if you trust in Him, He would open your mind as you read through. Selah is glad you have visited this site, hopes you will continue to and hopes the site continues to meet your needs for motivational support. Stay blessed!

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