For Every Mormon Who Feels Too Tired To Go Another Day

Whether you are a missionary tired of rejection, a parent tired of sacrament meeting battles, or a Saint tired of feeling hurt, judged, misunderstood, and alone, here's a message that might give a little encouragement.

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There are days in which you’ll feel like you can’t go on. Not another step. Not another early morning. Not another slammed door. Not another insult. No more.

These are the moments when you need to dig down deep. You’ve come so far and these are the moments in which the most growth will occur. It’s so easy to lift weights when you never persist through that last rep. It’s hard to see through the burn…and the pain. It’s easier to just throw in the towel and start over. Most people know that muscles only grow during the burn of that last rep. When you set the weight back on that rack every time you start to feel pain, you’ve just wasted your time.

Remember that “smooth seas do not make skillful sailors.” When you start feeling tired in life…that’s when it’s time to turn on the jets.

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