I'll Be There!

Updated on November 11, 2018
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Writing is my passion. I have an undying thirst and quest in the field of writing. Some eat, drink or use drugs when stressed, I write.


There will be hard times, you might even allow things to change you, but what you need to do is find the strength to keep going, ways to live in a world where so much is going wrong. It's never easy, but in order for you to thrive and survive the tough times, you'll need help finding ways to keep going, therefore, I'll be there.

In the worst times when everything seems to be going wrong, and you can't seem to experience anything but grief, sadness, disappointment, and loss, I'll be there. With an outstretch open arm to bring about comfort and so much joy.

There may even be times when you are assumed with so many likely paths, that you will find yourself wondering how do you pick and proceed with the right one, to ensure you find your way and conclude the journey on the proper trail, I'll be there.

As you continue to travel, you will come to realize there's so much more for you to do that at the beginning of your course seem obvious, but when you move consistently, it is vital to understand, the more you explore the far the dream may seem, to assist you to reach your purpose, I'll be there.

Sometimes you have to take time away from the things that stress you in this unjust world so you can keep your sanity, potency, and most of all maintain your overall wellness. Nothing better than easing the workload and enjoying a peaceful day and in doing so to make it happen, I'll be there.

Truth be told, it's not what the world takes away from you that counts; it's, what you bring about to persevere each day that you still there, and your loss continues to remind you that you must fight to look at a bigger and brighter picture. To ensure you put in the time and have the ability to deal with it all, I'll be there.

To deal with life’s problems, one must control all negative feelings, the one that can paralyze a person to the point that they can't move forward. To manage problems as it occurs, you must rid the anxiety that will interfere with your ability to think of a solution. You may be like many people, hard to deal with conflict because you fear it. Being afraid will affect the end result and it will not end well. To ensure you build confidence in working through a problem more reliance, I'll be there.

Truly happiness can be found inside of you, if you just accept, everyone has problems, but only you are capable of finding your own peace. Some people choose to learn and see things from a positive perspective, they understand happiness is a choice. Others refuse to accept responsibility for their happiness and make the mistake to look at thing from a negative prospect to just complain. You can maintain a strong outlook and remain happy because, I'll be there.


People often come to realize that happiness doesn’t last. Well, neither does the stomach remain full of food. That’s why people need to eat on a daily. Each person has been created in a unique and special way. It takes different things to maintain happiness.

For some people, it takes more to maintain peace of mind, they desire so much. Others know how to be content and satisfy with the needs and not try to please the desires. The solution toward happiness is to work on it on a regular, as you struggle to maintain joy, I'll be there.

In life, you must learn how to balance everything. Meaning when one door of happiness closes, another opens. Often you are too busy concentrating on the door that closes that you miss out on the one that opens to you.

Furthermore, when you make errors and lose something that hurt you, learn from it so you can discover something else in return for it. Meanwhile, prepare for the time to be open to new opportunities, often times the new doors bring about more happiness. All left to do is walk through the brand-new door, to make sure you understand everything happens for a reason, I'll be there.

When you believe in something, it can be done, I encourage you strongly believe in yourself. If you remove yourself from self-doubt, you can achieve whatever you set out to do. A good start is in finding a drive that pushes you to stay in the fight and NEVER give up. While confidence sets a trend, if you are in search of something that pushes you, look no farther, I'll be there.

One of the hardest things to do is admit you’re feeling out of touch and like the entire world is out to get you. You might even feel like any help is unreachable, relief is nowhere to be located. In these types of disturbances, you need someone who can help you take control of your thoughts, your efforts, and your mental health. What, I want you to remember is in times like these, you are never alone, I'll be there.

When it's hard to get over that test you are going through. It might even be one you failed before. You will find yourself feeling as if the same trial is around every corner. Although it might feel like the identical pain is the hardest problems in the world and you are the only person in the world dealing with the same or similar issues. However, know you are never in the fight alone, I'll be there.

The words, "I'll be there" is written to a song echo by young Michael Jackson at the age of 11 and the Jackson 5. It was released on August 28, 1970, and written by Berry Gordy, Bob West, Willie Hutch, and Hal Davis. "I'll be there" is one of the number one hit songs that help establish Michael's career to be one of the most successful artists of all time. It is also, one of the most well-known and the most celebrated single to be published by Motown during its "Detroit era" times.

Mariah Carey and Michael Jackson and the Jackson five song a rare version of "I'll be there" together. And Mariah Carey remade the song, "I'll be there" in 1992 and sang it as a duet with Trey Loren.

The song, I'll be there is written about a guy who shares with his lost love that he will always be there for her and if she finds someone new, he cares enough about her that he wants her new love to be good to her, if he doesn’t, he yet a be there for her.

"I'll Be There!"

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