8 thoughts on “A quote by Robert Frost

  1. This is a good quote. Life is hard and we tend to forget this.

    We have to remember that it’s only a temporary situation. Be calm and carry on.

    1. Thanks Maria. Yes in our most lucid days we still forget to think about life in this way. There’s no manual, no re-run.

      Perhaps we also need to stand back a little so that we can work out fully what we need to do. Whatever happens though, life goes on.

      We can’t do much about that and have little control there,; but we can be in control of the things we deal with so that we make better choices.

    1. Absolutely, the relevance or significance of this quote for me is that it reminds us to get on with life, whatever hardships we face, they invariably don’t last.

      However we choose to see and do things, life moves on. It’s important we make the best of it.

  2. Yes, no matter what happens during the day, life does go on,even though it may not feel like it at the time. There seems to be so many horrible things going on in the world around us, but notice the world keeps turning.

    There are groups that want everything to stay the same and others who expect the world to change to suit them. The issue seems to be finding a happy medium, so everybody is happy.

    I lean more on the side of wanting things to stay the same, but that’s only because of the insanity I grew up in. I have had to deal with far too much chaos in my life, so stability would be fantastic for a change.

    Life always finds a way to go on, one way or the other.

    1. Thanks Randy. Yes, life goes on. Yes, life goes on whether we choose to live or co-exist, or let others take the helm. Where I’m not happy with something, but know it’s familiar I would always think about change.

      I don’t know about you Randy, but to stay around chaos because it’s familiar would cause me more stress. It’s just the way I work.

  3. This quote is so true. Life moves on while we wait for our lives to begin towards the end of our lives.

    1. Thanks Tim. Yes that’s absolutely right. That’s how life tends to work, not how life needs to work.

      We must always take control so that our lives and our ending is as exactly as we want them to be.

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