While things happen in life, both good and bad, Stephanie Smith feels that everyone should enjoy each day and make the most of it. She is a living witness to the idea that anything can happen.
Just Breath. It is not in your control anyway.
I am the type of person who will watch the same movie or television series over and over again. I have seen it. I probably know the words verbatim and I do not expect to be surprised.
If you can find one person who has not experienced hard times and difficult situations, he or she is truly one in a million. Everyone faces hardships that create opportunities for growth and maturity.
Life comes at you fast, and for Meco Shoulders, the reality of him living what he thought was an “ideal life” hit rock bottom when he experienced an early glimpse of freedom in the real world.
There is a popular cliché for parents to tell their kids to “dream big” and to “reach for the stars” while they are young. When they get older, however, those kids, who were once five or ten years old, grow up to realize that to achieve their dreams, it takes more than a simple dream to be successful. It takes effort, self-discipline and motivation.
On the road to self discovery, we often have to look back before we can look forward.
As believers, we sometimes treat God like that friend that we only call when we need something.
It can be so easy to get caught living in the past or attempting to control the present to predict the future.
Nearly a year ago, Cameron Wolfe was preparing to graduate from the University of Houston with a degree in broadcast journalism.
Coming from the Sunshine State, one south Florida native shares his journey of playing hockey at the collegiate level and how the game changed his life.