Embrace the No’s

Hasty decisions tend to aggravate problematic situations.

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Oliver T. Spedding

“I have stood on a mountain of no’s for one yes.”

B. Smith

Being patient when there is trouble in your life doesn’t mean sitting around and doing nothing in the hope that your troubles will go away.

This seldom, if ever, happens.

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I’m a freelance writer, book illustrator, songwriter and artist. Through my writing I am hoping to spread hope and encouragement. Don’t ever give up!

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Oliver Thomas Spedding

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I’m a freelance writer, book illustrator, songwriter and artist. Through my writing I am hoping to spread hope and encouragement. Don’t ever give up!

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