It certainly doesn’t feel like it at times, but we live in a very forgiving world, a world of second, third, and fourth chances.

If you try and do anything of significance at all, you’re gonna mess it up at one point or another.

Incredible sunset over Bend Oregon.

The fear of that possibility is always weighing, always restricting to some degree.

That fear is enough to prevent so many from even trying. To hold so many back from doing the very things they most need to do.

What we all forget from time to time is that tomorrow is a new day.

No matter how many times you fail, how many times you fall down, you really can get back up and try again. Tomorrow brings a new day, a new beginning, a chance to take what you’ve learned and apply it in a new way.

Sure, you could do like most and just whine and complain, telling the world of how hard you’ve got it, how the cards you’ve been dealt justify your shortcomings.

Yea, you could do that, or you could take a breath, learn your lesson, get back up on that horse, and ride off into the sunset.

New mornings bring new optimism, opportunities, and new hope.


Chris Behnke

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Inspiration from the Instagram post here:

New mornings bring new optimism

There is always another chance, always a new day. Learn from your trial, and tomorrow start a new with that new found wisdom in your back pocket.

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