There’s not a lot I have to say about this one. Except for that it takes courage to keep going after rejection, and rejection is a part of life, especially when you’re trying to do something a bit different, like introducing a new concept of tea into the mainstream market place, a tea that is medicinal in nature, but has a place in everyday life.
Rejection is especially common when you’re trying to do something that is already saturated with other hopefuls, something that requires talent and a shitload of perseverance, such as making it big as an actor, a musician, a blogger, a writer, an entrepreneur, or anything. Where there are dreams, there are challenges.
You may not have proof that what you’re trying to do will work out in the end, but you do have faith that the right path will unfold at your feet like a red carpet. That you will create something worth creating, that you will leave the world a better place than you found it, that as long as your heart is in the right place, you cannot possibly fail.
And it is because you have faith that you have courage and it is because you have courage that you will try again tomorrow.