A Mutual Mentorship
What makes one man quit and another fight?
If you ever have the opportunity to be that person who has a chance to walk into someone’s life when everyone else is walking out, embrace it, relish it.
For it is one of the most important roles you can have in someone else’s life – to be their angel.
Perhaps the biggest pride I take in having wrestled is that I introduced the sport to my son.
My son is a wrestler.
He is a lightweight in stature, but not in heart.
I have learned, at times I am part of my own journey and at other times I am here to help others with their journey.
The only part I haven’t figured out as of yet, is, which is happening, when.
I love telling stories about this sport and the people involved in it. It is my passion. Everyone has a story.
I would like to tell yours.
Some of the greatest moments in life occur when the Venn diagram of Sports and Humanity congruently overlap.
I have never walked the 500 mile Camino de Santiago in Spain like so many writers seeking to find themselves do.
Nor, have I ever walked the 1,560 mile Pacific Coast Trail like Cheryl Stayed did when she wrote “Wild.”
As human beings, we so rarely notice when we are happy – If this isn’t nice – what is?