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Balance Tragedy and Hope

Balance tragedy and hope to survive what life throws at you in the tough times.

The country commemorates the 3,000 U.S. citizens that perished when the two World Trade Center towers were attacked 13 years ago.

Find hope in the ruins of life by salvaging what you can to survive.

In the worst of times we are beaten down into the dust and left to go it alone.

You will find renewed strength from the assistance of those who lend a helping hand.

People of earth do come together to aid their fellowman in times of crisis and need.

Not everyone has a desire or taste for war.

What you desire most is already yours if you only claim it with your thoughts.

Believe you are powerful beyond measure and you achieve the impossible.

Belief is the architect that constructs our thoughts into the desires of the heart.

Heal with the hope of new beginnings just over the next horizon.

You arrive at the next horizon after you balance tragedy and hope.

It is understood tough times and dreary days make one appreciate sunshine’s rays when they come.

As a child sitting on the steps of our family back porch, a backyard becomes your domain.

Enjoying the warmth of morning sunshine, an ant column was a most interesting study.

Destroy their path and they find another way to maneuver back to their colony.

Over great distance they carry more than they weigh.

The ant provides a great lesson in handwork.

The purpose of the ant is known, it does not deviate from its purpose.

Take away the food it is carrying and the ant will venture out to find more sustenance.

New York started to rebuild 10 years after the attack at ground zero.

We are told the World Trade Center towers are symbols of America, strong yet vulnerable because of our foibles.

Shore up your weaknesses to protect those who depend upon you.

Enemies are constantly probing our lines of defense in attempts to discover where we are weak.

Balance tragedy and hope to survive what is thrown your way.

From the Diary of my enlightenment,

A.L. Clark, D.D.S.

This post has been written by a KC dentist who operates within the niche emergency dental care.


Published by Artis

I am a dentist in the Kansas City, MO. area willing to help in the world where dental health care is needed and appreciated. To date we have established a dental clinic in Israel and evaluated the healthcare delivery system in Havana Cuba. Serving my community at this time as a photo journalist also.

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