Hardships and Its Purpose…


These pictures tell about positive attitude. One should always think positively that, after some problem or tense situations in personal or professional life, one would get success. One should continue with one’s efforts without getting disappointed, disheartened or frustrated. The poem below the pictures says it all. 

The Picture Story tells the fact of life. The faster one understands this, the better one will perform.


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“Whatever your cross, whatever your pain,   

There will always be sunshine, after the rain…. 


Perhaps you may stumble, perhaps even fall, 

But God’s always ready, to answer your call…. 


He knows every heartache, sees every tear,   

A word from His lips, can calm every fear…. 


Your sorrows may linger, throughout the night,   

But suddenly vanish, in dawn’s early light…. 


The Lord is always there, everywhere,   

To give you His grace and love always, anywhere…. 


Whatever your cross, whatever your pain,   

God always sends rainbows after the rain….”

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