If Winter Comes Can Spring Be Far Behind? Quote in 30 Seconds

If Winter comes Can Spring be far behind? This famous quote, “If Winter comes, Can Spring be far behind?” comes from the poem, Ode to the West Wind, by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822). It awakens in us more than just the reminder that after winter comes spring. It also brings us hope in the midst of adversity that our present difficulties will inevitably be over. In addition, it shows us that, in the past, we have had other problems, and we also made it through those hardships. We can prevail again. 

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POEM Ode to the West Wind (Public Domain) by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)

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Carol Anne Chapman is the author of When We Were Gods, Arrival of the Gods in Egypt, and Have Your Hearts Desire. She met her husband first in a dream. Formerly the media photojournalist at a NASA center, she presently provides online guidance on such topics as dream interpretation, the Golden Ones, and past life memories at https://CarolChapmanLive.com/bookasession. She has been featured on Coast- to-Coast AM hosted by George Noory and Art Bell as well as CBS radio's Kimmie and Steve and The Maria Shaw Show. Her articles have been published in Venture Inward, Alternative Perceptions, Dream Network, The Open Road, and FATE Magazine.

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