Everything is going to be just fine.
I learned that phrase when I was in my early 20s and was embarking on a social work career.
Sue Nance, who at the time was the director of the Community Services Agency, saw fit to hire a fresh crop of college graduates to work with at-risk children. Under the edict of state government, we were often given what seemed to be unobtainable goals. Each time this happened, Sue would smile and say, “Everything is going to be just fine.” It became our mantra.
And most of the time she was right.