A New Chapter: This is a chance to share myself to the world regardless of what others think, I'm willing to be the unique expression after professional boxing and traumatic brain injury survivor.I have freedom to live my life and forget the mistakes of the past and press on. Can you relate?
” I want you to be wise about what is good, yet innocent about what is evil.” Romans 16:19
Sometimes we are in potential danger when we walk around the corner, like an easy target to those who have gone mad. We sometimes expect to rise from above life’s challenges and see the goodness of life. But do we?
Is there anyone, anywhere, who thinks they have it all together? really, think about it. What are we expecting in our lives? Is it because, we need to develop an attitude of faith or perhaps stop feeling sorry for ourselves. Maybe because we are having overwhelming concerns in this world today, look at whats happening. My prayer goes out to Tucson, Arizona! We know that Congresswoman Gifford is alive! and prayers are reaching her, she is “woman in position of power!” ” she is woman in position of strength!”
Have we gone to far, where we hurt people? Have we gone to far, where we have to kill the innocence? I know we can’t change the past, but we can ” wake” ourselves up and see the correct object. Do you think it’s time to find new techniques to search for true self and strive to create change of our surroundings and not be the target of our own down falls. However, I know we grieve for what we’ve lost and we can get back up and continue doing what we need to do by reaching new levels of strength and courage that God has given us and not give up.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY……..
Focusing on solutions
If we are to learn to cope with our illness and our life, we must begin focusing on solutions, not just on our problems. But this means we must change our attitude and outlook. We can no longer live as if there are only problems in our lives. We can no longer consider ourselves victims and hold on to the attitude that our life will never change. Nor can we continue to be consumed by self-pity. If so, we will fail to take responsibility for finding solutions. We will continue to live within what we have grown to know so well: our problems.
Do I let my problems define me today or do I seek solutions? For every problem there is a solution. -A restful mind by Mark Allen Zabawa
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