To Run or To Rise; That is the Question

To Run or To Rise; That is the Question

Guess who’s baaaaaaaaack? Word Play, that’s who! And just in time for the holiday season, which is undoubtedly our favorite time of the year. It’s been entirely too long fellow word players. But have no fear; Word Play is here!

I thought it would be fitting to come back with a bang, and that bang includes a new design theme for our blog, (possibly) a new logo in the works, and these powerful words from the Zig.

It’s often said that there is nothing to fear but fear itself. Many prescribe to that belief and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. There’s also absolutely nothing wrong with prescribing to the belief that fear can mean that you run from your problem, or that you rise to your problem.

Instead of allowing your problem to chase you, why not chase your problem? Instead of being backed up against a wall, why don’t you issue a counter-attack and put your fear up against the wall, right where it belongs?

Word Players, friends, and countrymen alike, don’t run from your challenges. Run towards them with everything in you.

Enjoy.

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