Monday, August 22, 2016

The Son of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs

I embarked on the journey with Tarzan in "Tarzan of the Apes," which is the first book in the series. Although I considered this book intriguing, I never explored any subsequent books, and I'm not sure why. "The Son of Tarzan" reveals the love story of Tarzan and Jane, and subsequently Boy, and lovable Cheetah. Tarzan's destiny awaits him.

This meaning of this quote has surfaced previously-- from Jesus stating we shouldn't
worry for tomorrow to the school of "positive thinking."
 Lacking hope for the future united with experiencing anxiety accelerates towards a somber life.
The answer must reside within us one day at a time--hoping, praying and believing for a favorable future.



The Picture without the words can be found on Pixabay.com.

“... but life would be very miserable indeed were I to spend it in terror of the thing that has not yet happened.” 
― Edgar Rice BurroughsThe Son of Tarzan



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