Life with its sunshine, butterflies and ice cream is truly beautiful but unfortunately it is also peppered with tragedies. I wish I could tell you otherwise. Like a stampeding herd of enraged elephants, tragedies hit! They strike to snuff out light and happiness, squeeze us in the middle with the fist of Godzilla until all that is left is weeping, hurt, agony!
However, the ones who get to be champions are those who move past that point of pain. Many people build monuments at the site of their tragedies and remain stuck in the past while a glorious future passes them by. I agree that tragedies are difficult to bear but the worse tragedy is when we are incapable of moving on. Eddie Guerrero was a great in ring performer. One of those kinda wrestlers you will pay to watch over and over again. There was no dull moment with him especially with his Latino heat attitude. Handsome dude too! Tragically, he passed on in 2005. His wife Vickie got involved in WWE and became the General Manager of Smackdown and Raw from 2008 to 2013. She brushed herself up and started looking better than ever. Presently, she is engaged and has gone back to school. Her character in WWE was bitchy and she was known for the catchphrase, EXCUSE ME!
David’s retinue were amazed at the alacrity with which he bounced back after his son died following his affair with Bathsheba. Way he mourned when the child was ill made them feel he would harm himself. However, he got rid of his ash clothes and asked for food. He moved on and had Solomon.
Paul said forgetting the things behind, he reached for the things ahead of him. When life stings like a swarm of bees, it will hurt something awful! After the period of hurting and grieving, we should be able to look that pain in the face, get all nasty at it, say “Excuse Me” and stride into the possibilities of a better tomorrow.
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