Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

“I ask not for a lighter burden, but for broader shoulders.”

– Jewish Proverb

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At work, at home, and everywhere else, we are each carrying a very heavy set of burdens. When you focus on how heavy your burdens are, you are more likely to have your knees buckle under their weight. If, instead, you focus on how broad your shoulders are, and can grow to be, you are more likely to carry your burdens – and maybe even help others with their own, until you come to the place you deserve to rest. Ask your God for the shoulders you need, and chances are you’ll find them growing stronger each and every day.

This quote was shared with us by Dennis S, who shares that, as a devout Catholic, he also sees the wisdom in each and every perspective.

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