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The “Colonel’s” VFV Motivational/Inspirational Quotes & Message of the Day!

Today's Message is: "Replenish Day!" Why Not?

The “Colonel’s” VFV Motivational/Inspirational Quotes & Message of the Day!

Good “Thursday!” Morning “Band of Brothers & Sisters,” and all great connections. Welcome to the end of March 2022 from the “Colonel’s Foxhole” in The Woodlands, TX —31 March 2022!

Today’s Message is: “Replenish Day!” Why Not?

“Leaders at all levels need to replenish their energy and replenish the energy of their team. Leading and running an organization isn’t easy. Sometimes you need to take a break and slow down. This will allow you to replenish your physical and mental energy. Replenish your cup and those you lead. You’ll be surprised at the new ideas and creative thinking that comes with a full cup!” — COL (Ret) Mikel Burroughs

Join your host Volunteer, Veteran & Mental Health Peer Specialist SSG (Ret) Derrick Iozzio TONIGHT for Warriors for Life (WFL) Online Peer Group Support sponsored and presented by Victory for Veterans, Inc. Where "Sharing is Caring!"

Invite a Friend, tell a friend, and share with your friends!

Get connected and get involved with Veterans, Service Members, First Responders, and Caretakers every Thursday Night!

TONIGHT's Topic: "Apologies vs. Being Sorry vs. Saying Nothing!"

The Quote in the Picture Today Reads:

“Rest and self-care are so important. When you take time to replenish your spirit, it allows you to serve others from the overflow. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.” — Eleanor Brownn

More Awesome Quotes for Today’s Message:

“Do you ever feel like you are running on empty? What is missing from your life? When you see, feel, or think about lack, scarcity, or emptiness, seek ways to fill the holes, replenish and return to a state of abundance and fulfillment.” — Susan C. Young

“Spending time alone in your own company reinforces your self-worth and is often the number-one way to replenish your resilience reserves.” — Sam Owen

“Find ways to replenish your energy, strengthen your faith, and fortify yourself from the inside out.” — Les Brown

“From time to time, the Warrior must recharge and replenish. Take a breath. Go somewhere quiet. Get silent. Power up for the meetings, battles, treks, and wisdom circles. A warrior’s heart is only as full as his spirit is quiet.” — Unknown Author

“Rest. Allow God to restore, replenish and refocus your heart and mind.” — Unknown Author

“Loss leaves us empty – but learn not to close your heart and mind in grief. Allow life to replenish you. When sorrow comes it seems impossible – but new joys wait to fill the void.”— Pam Brown

“Inward calm cannot be maintained unless physical strength is constantly and intelligently replenished.” — Buddha

Be a Survivor and Reach Out and Join Victory for Veterans, Inc for our Warriors for Life (WFL) “Peer-to Peer” Online Peer Group Support where “Sharing is Caring:

“Remember this always and the meaning runs deep for all those who’ve served this great nation: 'Honor & Respect Always — Warriors for Life!' " — COL (Ret) Mikel Burroughs

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