Story from 140424

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published 1970-01-01 00:00

updated 1970-01-01 00:00

%date 140424 00:00

Be still child and worry not of thunder, for those who wait will reap benefits of the rain. Oh my dear, worrying never solved anything; you cannot calm a storm so just wait. It'll pass on it's own soon enough whether you think about it or not. What if it doesn't pass? What would it do you to think of it then? You will grow acustomed to the rain and soon even the thunder and later still the flashes of light will not turn your sleep. You don't want that? They say good things come those who wait, but it is patiently impatient who strive to greatness. So go then, if the storm is too much. Take with you nothing otherwise you will yearn for the past and with it the never ending storm.