Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Something Inspirational

My post on Bob Owen's suicide prompted this gem of a reply by Timothy Callahan on Facebook, and I'm reposting it here because the world needs to see it.

"Sometimes, when you are standing on a mountain, and all the world is dark before your feet as you ponder the cliff, you may chance to look up, and see the rest of us, guiding stars, twinkling as best we can in the night. Then, you fix your sight on whatever constellation you can, and let it guide your steps until the sun rises again.

"None of us can truly light up that darkness. But we CAN shine for all we are worth, and hope that someone looks up." 

— Timothy Callahan

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