Keep breathing. This is one of those weeks when the rug may be pulled out from beneath you, but how you handle the experience will make all the difference. Just because someone does not share your agenda; just because something has fallen through or just because you feel unfairly treated does not mean you have to go to the Wailing Wall. Sometimes circumstances arise that alter a plan or change other people’s priorities, so picking yourself up, dusting yourself off and getting on with it is all you can do. There is a place for hope but no place for blind hope. Look at things from a pragmatic perspective and work with what you’ve got.
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