Fortitude

Fortitudo, by Sandro Botticelli

Fortitudo, by Sandro Botticelli (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When we were still an infant, we should be delicate. When we had grown up, we should have trained our fortitude and that is a virtue. When we have our fortitude, we could bear a lot of frustrations and still could carry on. When we still move on, we forget the distracting sorrows which shall hinder our future. When our future are not hindered, therefore we could see better. When we could see better, even in a cloudy day, we could still recognize the fact that our fortitude has yield on our life. When the yield on our life prospers, then we have to learn to have something in our mind to take care of. When we had learned to have something in our mind to take care of, we should have found happiness. When the happiness finally found, we can name it our true love. When we give a name to our true love, we should start to get our bearings. When we got our bearings, we might get a key, a relationship network, an evaluated values, and at last, an aged age, to endure these suffers and trials to survive. We could see that in our aged face, and that gives us power to keep going on.

DB, November 13, 2012

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