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Get Out of Your Comfort Zone and Put Yourself Out There!

“Being comfortable is the most dangerous thing you can ever do to yourself” – Casey Neistat. That quote spews out truth and really gets me thinking. 527 more words

Teddy Roosevelt Nails It by Bob Lowry

By Bob Lowry

One of this country’s more colorful figures, Teddy Roosevelt, summed up the difference between a talker and a doer very well. In a speech in France in April of 1910, he said,  365 more words

Quality Of Life

What Would We Do Without It Wednesdays: Dealing With Adversity at a Young Age

“Look at my tower, Mommy! It’s so tall! Take a picture please!” My little girl exclaimed, and then swat! A little boy who has the tendency to display aggression knocked down my little girl’s lego masterpiece with a grin on his face. 425 more words

Tanya H. Franklin

Staying on Course and Ignoring the Naysayers

Hey everyone. Today I’m bringing you an extremely important message that will help you keep moving forward! I know this is something I’ve been struggling with, and I wanted to share. 625 more words

Walking Together

The greatest outcome from sharing my story with the world has been the opportunity to help others. Since I finally opened up about my condition four years ago, my life has taken a turn for the better. 1,263 more words

Muscular Dystrophy

Sunday Thoughts

The weather here has retreated back to winter for a few days.  An Alberta Clipper dumped a few inches of snow on us in a very short time this morning, and now has stopped.  599 more words

Healing

Adversity

Reflections on II Samuel 15-19 —

I love watching my kids play basketball.  I’m normally a mild-mannered man, but when my kids are playing basketball, there is nothing mild in my manner.   1,694 more words

Biblical Reflection