There seems to be something in us that resists endings. Why is this? Because we are made of the stuff of eternity.
Endings are not our destiny.
In His plan, there are no true endings. Only everlasting beginnings.President Dieter F Uchtdorf (via i-em-ironman)
Anonymous asked: What do you suppose each doctor would say to someone who was feeling suicidal?
Wow. Let me see.
One: Hold on and keep walking, dear. Faith makes history, hmm.
Two: Life is full of things you can’t even fathom. New wonders are there for you to find! I would hope you wouldn’t miss them.
Three: Let life take its own course, my dear. Even stars burn up in their own time.
Four: Take it slow and think of the good moments. Unless, of course, you want to take it fast. Then think of the good moments while running at gunpoint.
Five: There’s always another way. There is always more love. Be it verb or noun, there is always more love for you.
Six: Oh dear, oh dear! One mustn’t cast off this mortal coil before the sonnet is even written.
Seven: Somewhere out there, there are worlds that ache for your feet to touch them. Not only worlds. Universes. At that, there are also towns, cities, countries that would mourn for their lack of your footfall.
Eight: We all feel like giving up sometimes. What a cliché, eh? But it is certainly the truth. You will pull yourself up from this crash and you will spit blood at the universe.
Nine: How long have you lived? No, don’t answer. “Not long enough,” is the answer.
Ten: So you feel small, insignificant? Ah, but you’re a giant. You have to be — to go through what you’ve gone through. To feel what you’ve felt.
Eleven: Right now, the bad may outweigh the good. But you can’t forget the good. Laugh, because you deserve it. Don’t tell me you don’t. You can handle this. Live. You deserve it. You owe it to yourself.
Twelve (so far): You’ll know how to fly this thing eventually.