Does Horsham have a mystery street poet who leaves feel-good notes on benches in the town?
That is the possible explanation after a ‘thought of the day’ was spotted on a bench outside Horsham Library.
The note read ‘worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength’.
The quote is similar to one attributed to Corrie ten Boom, a Dutch Christian who helped Jewish people escape the Holocaust during the Second World War.
Jane Curtis spotted the piece of paper on the bench on Thursday evening (February 11).
She asked: “Do we have a new street poet or was it left for someone in particular?”
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