shining?" Because the best thing you can do no matter what you're going through is to proffer or extend yourself as a shining light. It is a
powerful thing to walk into a room and
bring the light with you. Keep shining is
something I say mostly to myself when I want to throw in the towel and give up; it has become a signature statement of encouragement. Light is not just a part of the electromagnetic
spectrum, if you got your shine on, light is you at your best. Without light, there would be no life as we know it; not only do we respond to light, we don't feel good when we don't get enough of it. Let there be light because light makes all things "mmm mmm good"--it is the sunshine, the dawn, the daybreak, the life, and the fire. Edith Wharton reminds us there are two ways to spread the light--become the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Show us your light and keep shining! This is Tuesday talk.
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