The Perfect Ones
There are always “storms” in life. “It’s the way the world works. Snowstorms, rainstorms, windstorms, sandstorms, and firestorms. Some are fierce and others are small. You have to deal with each one separately, but you need to keep an eye on whats brewing for tomorrow.” Maria V. Snyder
“It takes a real storm in the average person’s life to make him realize how much worrying he has done over the squalls.” Bruce Barton
These are a couple of my favourite quotes about storms. There is also a Jamaican proverb that I also hold dear about the climatic change that we often experience in our hearts. It might be better to call them emotional downpours or heartbreak but even that give us the impression that they can never be recovered from.
Have you ever been caught up in a storm? If so, you will know all too well about the devastation bad weather can cause. Water damage from heavy rain can be particularly difficult to put right, which is why, if your property ever does get buffeted by a bad storm, it is important to have a home repair specialist on hand. According to an old colleague of mine, Servpro of East Central Austin is one of the best water damage restoration companies in Austin TX, so should you need to enlist the services of a water damage specialist, you could consider getting in touch with them.
There are other steps you can take to protect your property and its contents from storm and water damage too. For example, if you live in an area where bad weather is a frequent occurrence, it is in your best interest to ensure that your home insurance policy includes coverage for wind and water damage. To learn more about the importance of taking out a home insurance policy, read the hippo homeowners insurance review by www.simplyinsurance.com. Additionally, there are some fantastic insurance providers out there, but it is important to do your own research to find a policy that meets your individual needs.
Recovering From Storms
But what about my own experience with storms? Well, in 1988, a massive hurricane slammed into my island home, causing so much damage that many thought the physical infrastructure wouldeard from a friend. The country just did not seem to have or would be able to get access to the resources to rebuild after Hurricane Gilbert had its way. I was not on the island at the time but upon my return a year later, the ravage of wild Gilbert, as this storm was dubbed, was very much evident.
Fast forward 20+ years and another return trip to Jamaica and I could hardly find any remnant of one of the most devastating storms. Not only had homes, businesses, schools, etc been rebuilt, but new and better ones constructed. Roads that we perilously travelled along in my younger years were gone, replaced by six lanes highways (with tolls). The country had been renewed and transformed in many places as a result of the storm. It might help people to talk to the Best Wilmington Roofing Company to figure out ways to improve the efficiency of the repair process.
The same is true of many of our personal lives as I discuss in this short video. Every Tuesday, I share a Jamaican proverb with you to illustrate our conversation. Did you see last week’s? Check it out here. Today’s Tuesday Thought© proverb is:
Young bud nuh know storm (Translated: Young bird does not know storms)
Watch the video for the explanation and do subscribe to receive an email update each day of our posts. When you join this community, you not only get notification of our posts but my monthly FREE newsletter as well as a daily motivational email to start you off on a positive note.
Ride the storms well today my friends and catch you tomorrow!