Damaged people are dangerous. They know they can survive.
— Josephine Hart
This morning my heart is hurting over the loss of Cory Monteith. Not because I knew him (of course I didn’t) but because it, along with living in a city that has been nicknamed “Heaven’s Waiting Room”, is just one more reminder that this life on earth is temporary and fleeting and precious and (sometimes) empty.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Each new day is a gift. Even for those of us who may have been dealt a slew of really crappy days in the past, leaving us in what seems like irreparable piles of destruction. Though we may be damaged, we are not yet dead and, therefore, are still capable of overcoming a lot.
Survive, today. Survive today for those, like Cory, who can’t anymore.
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such a simple, direct and inspiring thought… thanks for sharing.
i must say, i was stunned to hear of his passing last night. only 30 years old…. so sad.