Comforting Thought: Difficult decisions are like crossing a river

Comforting Thought: Difficult decisions are like crossing a river - Googie McCabe

Difficult decisions are like crossing a river.

You may jump into the torrent and hope for the best or walk along the stream and look for an easier crossing.

Either way, do what you feel is right for you at the time.

You will most likely get wet anyway.

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“Difficult decisions are like crossing a river. You may jump into the torrent or walk along the stream and look for an easier crossing. Either way, do what you feel is right. You’re likely get wet anyway.” #DwieSiostry @googiemccabe


Comforting Thought: Difficult decisions are like crossing a river - Googie McCabe
Comforting Thought: Difficult decisions are like crossing a river – Googie McCabe

Extract from Book Review: Two Sisters: Unsolicited Advice to my Daughters by Małgorzata ‘Googie’ McCabe

A beautiful compendium of universal wisdom that’s simple, wise, soulful and timeless. I fell in love with this book as soon as I saw it. The illustrations and words are by my wise and kind friend Googie McCabe who wrote this book for her two beloved daughters, as a way of healing and dealing with her depression, and also as a manifestation of her artistry, imagination and love for her two girls. It features advice on life, death, love of self, love of others, finding your calling, and how to deal with life’s dark times.

Book Review: Two Sisters: Unsolicited Advice to my Daughters by Małgorzata ‘Googie’ McCabe
Book Review: Two Sisters: Unsolicited Advice to my Daughters by Małgorzata ‘Googie’ McCabe

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