Now you may be tired or your mind is worn out. But this time, you just worked a little too hard. The human body is honest. You need to take a break for a while after hard work.
Just as there is no such thing as rain that never stops falling, there is no such thing as work that lasts forever, and there is no such thing as fatigue that never goes away.
Now is the time to rest. Please take enough time to take care of yourself.
It’s time to rest.
There is no need to feel guilty about resting. Forget about the belief that you are not allowed to rest. If you think you have to work harder than others, you are already doing so.
Stop whipping yourself too much. If you keep it up, you won’t be able to turn your head. You won’t be able to turn your head in that way.
Besides, it’s also a good opportunity to face yourself. You can also gain something good. Everyone has his own limit. You can’t stretch yourself by simply hard working . It’s important to know your limit properly.
You can stand up again.
After some good rest, go outside and get plenty of sunlight. It has been scientifically proven that sunbathing is good for your health. The energy from nature you receive such as the sunlight is stored in your body. If you can recharge yourself, you can surely bring the sunlight back to your mind.
Don’t worry. Don’t be depressed even if everything seems to be going wrong when you think about the future. If you look up, you will see the world differently.
Flowers like the ones you see in the park will grow upward in the sun, no matter how hard the rain falls.
Wish you all the best tomorrow.
Let’s cheer up. Everything is in the past if you just let it go. It’s all about the past. Forget about what has passed. If you keep on being depressed, you will fall down again.
Instead, take a look up. Don’t you see a different view when you look up at the sky?
Tomorrow hasn’t started yet. And there are sure to be wonderful coincidences waiting for you. You can be positive because today and tomorrow are different, and do your best. I wish you a successful tomorrow.
– Helen Adams Keller