Having the Courage to Stop Worrying and Start Believing

How often do we let worry consume us? How do we know what the first step is to learn how to stop worrying and start living? Sometimes it just gets to the point where it's too hard to shake off. Usually when I'm feeling this type of way, I'll turn to my Bible and meditate on what it says. Having the reassurance that God has my back has always been able to uplift my spirits and get me to the place I need to be....more

Do It

Do It        Fear is the thief of happiness and sometimes we have to get the courage to Just Do It Ever since her first seizure many years ago a close relative held onto the dream of the medical world finding a cure.  She patiently has gone through countless procedur...more

Courage is not always obvious.

It’s Sunday night and I need to write something…. Today I posted Ten Things of Thankful on my other blog, Mangia, Mangia…No Talk!!!...more

Tragedy's Beauty: The Courage of Human and Hero

Originally posted on ChapterTK.comThere’s a sort of beauty in tragedy. It’s an inevitable part of the human experience, even in the unlikely scenario the only tragedy a person ever faces is their own death. Maybe this is due to my current optimistic personality or my history of being a youth. Either way, I can’t help but appreciate the sadder moments in life for the beauty an impact they can have, if only you look....more

Powerful Beyond Measure

What gives words their power in our lives? Is it the context in which they’re used? Is it the speaker or the writer of them? Or is it the words themselves, the combination of them, that gives them power?...more

Remember How You Feel

Imagine you’re at a crossroads today…which will you choose? Are you going to be average or memorable?...more

How Maya Angelou Touched My LIfe. My Gratitude.

Maya Angelou spoke at Bill Clinton's Inauguration in 1993 as Poet Laureate.  There was just something about this soft-spoken woman woman that riveted me to the TV screen.I  knew her voice was going to be important for me....more

Heroes Through Courageous Acts

Wow! I’m impressed! As I continue to hear my friend’s story my thoughts turn to OMG, then outrage, and then compassion. Her story weaves and turns like the good storyteller that she is. In the story she shares a piece of her life that encompasses the seductiveness of power, the climax, and the heroine walking away scarred, yet intact....more

Crosspost: The Paradox of Fear