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Things Work Out
  • poetry
  • english
  • motivation
Monday, 29th August 2011

Because it rains when we wish it wouldn't,
Because men do what they often shouldn't,
Because crops fail, and plans go wrong
Some of us grumble all day long.
But somehow, in spite of the care and doubt,
It seems at last that things work out.

Because we lose where we hoped to gain,
Because we suffer a little pain,
Because we must work when we'd like to play
Some of us whimper along life's way.
But somehow, as day always follows the night,
Most of our troubles work out all right.

Because we cannot forever smile,
Because we must trudge in the dust awhile,
Because we think that the way is long
Some of us whimper that life's all wrong.
But somehow we live and our sky grows bright,
And everything seems to work out all right.

So bend to your trouble and meet your care,
For the clouds must break, and the sky grow fair.
Let the rain come down, as it must and will,
But keep on working and hoping still.
For in spite of the grumblers who stand about,
Somehow, it seems, all things work out.

Edgar A. Guest
____ § ____

In the end, everything works out. Life isn't against you. It's just the way it rolls. Left and then right, wrong and then right, down and then up, and then down again, and then up again.

So, when things are low, just remember, it's going to work out alright soon. No one is against you.

I am not kidding you. Just wait it out and see. You'll thank me later.

  1. All for the Best, a poem by Edgar A. Guest.
  2. Satyam Shivam Sundaram, a thought for the day that expresses this theme.
  3. A related thought, from Mooji.
  4. Storms, a poem by Margie DeMerell.
  5. A related thought, from Paramahamsa Yogananda.
  6. Inspiring words from Swami Sivananda Saraswati Maharaj.
  7. Mooji tells a story about this
  8. Alan Watts on this, with a story about a Chinese farmer.