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Today’s ‘Live Better With Willie Jolley’ Tip: This Too Shall Pass
Today’s tip for success is focused on helping you over come this challenging economy. It is taken from my new book, Turn Setbacks Into Greenbacks. Throughout scripture, we see the phrase “it came to pass,” which usually implies that an event or experience came to fulfillment. Yet there is another meaning that I believe is just as powerful in light of these tough times and the numerous challenges associated with them. It means that this situation came to pass, it did not come to stay but rather to move by quickly. It did not come to last, but rather came to pass!
Economic storms, like thunderstorms, come into our lives at various times, but you need to stay mindful of the fact that they come to pass, they do not come to stay . . . and I have been known to exclaim in tough times that this too shall pass! I say to you, do not panic and do not jump off any bridges, because this too shall pass. It is not personal and it is not permanent! It came to pass–it did not come to stay. This too shall pass!
Visit my website at www.williejolley.com for more information on turning your setbacks into greenbacks, and make this a great day!
Feb. 6: Singer Natalie Cole is 60. Actor-director Robert Townsend (“The Parent ‘Hood”) is 53.
Feb. 7: Comedian Chris Rock is 45.
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Feb 6, 1945: Bob Marley, Jamacian reggae star is born.
Feb. 7, 1926: Carter G. Woodson creates Negro History Week. In 1976 it became Black History Month. (Source: www.BlackFacts.com)