Be pitiful, for every man is fighting a hard battle.Ian MacLaren, Zion’s Herald, January 26, 1898
Along the way, I learned that most people are fighting wars, not battles. What is the difference?
War involves a series of battles. War takes longer. War requires more resources. War has more setbacks. War causes more damage.
No matter the victor, war requires more repairs. War needs a longer recovery. War demands more time to process the experience.
I wish I had known I was fighting wars rather than battles. I would have been better prepared for both the fight and the aftermath.
Are you fighting or recovering?
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