Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors

Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors

During tough times, we learn resilience and creativity and to put things in perspective, qualities that don’t develop in easy conditions.

It teaches us to value difficulties, not as mere obstacles, but as opportunities to become more capable and adaptable.

Eventually the storm will calm down, leaving us more insightful and prepared for the future.

Thanks to all proactive, engaged and humble individuals, for being or supporting sailors in rough seas.

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