The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
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45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

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Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

The Joy and Pain of Being Human

Imagine a life filled with close friends, a happy family and purpose. Sounds ideal right? For over four decades I lived right there. Or more appropriately, attempted to live. For me, it was more "idealistic" than ideal. Add a dash of secret sin and deceit to the above imagery and you begin to see how the ideal can quickly devolve into the façade. The proverbial double life. Not the type of living one naturally aspires to. Joy to Pain At the ripe old age of 10, I became a baptized Jehovah’s Witness. Those were the best of days as the saying goes. Indeed they were. After all, I was a…
Read More

45 Seconds To Wonderful! – or 60 if you read slow

What is "wonderful"? Have you experienced it? I believe it's the purest feeling of good we can have or give to someone else. More than simply good, it is wonder "full", much more than we ever expected. While sitting among the memorial tombs and gravestones I began to sense humbly the shortness of life. It became clearer to me that our life is limited only to the extent we engage in it. Even if born into unfortunate circumstances, we can - if we muster up the determination, live a life of meaning and effectiveness. The people in those graves are absent physically, but the fullness of their being is felt in…
Read More

Two Things Jehovah’s Witnesses Taught Me Without Saying A Word

When you screw up you need to straighten things out. The sooner the better of course but you do what you can. So, with a desire to please God and right the wrong I went to my spiritual leaders and confessed to them all of my transgressions from age 7 to the present. That was probably TMI for them but I wanted the cleanest slate possible. I spilt the beans on everything I felt even hinted at sin since I thought it would help.

Read More

Eye of the Beholder

The more in tune we are with our own inner beauty the more inclined we are to look for and appreciate the outer beauty that surrounds us. When we’re keyed in to who we are and our role as a human being we’re engaged in our lives and tend to become more outward facing. When external demands and other things cause us to lose focus on that inner self we tend to stress-out and worry about things more, becoming more inward facing in our outlook.

Read More

Fear Is Not An Option – change the option to change the result

Our own fear can often be a huge hindrance to living a life of authenticity, blocking us from doing what we need or want to do in our own interest. Basing such fear on what others may say or think of us if we act on our own. However, if we want to go beyond the ordinary we need to break from that crippling, demoralizing fear. Instead, we need to force ourselves to think outside that fear box so to speak. We need to make it our personal motto that this fear is not an option. Otherwise with fear as an option it soon becomes a crutch when what we need is positive action.

Read More

Life – Ride It!

Life comes at us with a relentless voracity intent to destroy us - or make us more than we ever imagined we could be. Thing is, life doesn’t care what happens to you. It just keeps plowing ahead. If you do little to affect life’s force, be content with the mediocrity it will bring. That’s ok if that’s what you want. If you’d rather stand up to life and say “hell no!”, then you have a fighting chance! A chance to take life by the reins and ride it as you see fit! We can compare life to breaking in an untamed colt. If you mount life timidly, it will…
Read More

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