I've never been a fan of track and field, largely in part, because it required me to run. While I appreciate physical activity, walking is much more my "speed". Besides, running requires a lot of stamina and endurance, and oftentimes, I have very little of the two. However, what I do know I have, is … Continue reading Running without hindrance
Fear and failure are two of the most debilitating feelings one can experience. They are very powerful and have the ability to change the course of one's life, not to mention, damage it. Categorically, they're tsunami's, towers, and mountains that pose a threat to the quality of your life and predictive indicators of the outcome. … Continue reading Following David’s footsteps
Two weeks ago, I was blessed with an opportunity of a lifetime, well, at least in my lifetime! I spoke to close to 400 students, faculty and staff, at one of the high schools in North, AL. Upon my arrival, I didn't really know how many students I was going to speak to, because the … Continue reading Greed
For a very long time, I felt lost (more like deserted), and I just didn't know which way to go. If I went left, would things suddenly go "right" for me, or would I continue to wonder around endlessly, looking for my peace and joy...from someone/something else? Like you, I often found myself attaching my … Continue reading Happy Again: Adding the value back to your life
If you frequent social media, Instagram in particular, you'll notice that only the "verified" have a blue check mark besides their handle (account name). Typically, this means that the person possesses some type of status or are extremely popular, to say the least. They've been validated by society, and unless you have the blue check … Continue reading Verified (No “check” sign needed)
If you've ever met a (good) servant, there are a few things you'd notice right off the back: they're committed, hardworking and shy away from attention. They steer clear of the limelight, because their goal is not to be seen, but to help. Doing it for the cause is their "why", so they don't have … Continue reading Are you doing it for the cause, or because you want the applause?