Wrestling is the Greatest Sport on Earth, and talking about the life lessons of this great sport is a passion of mine.
Often, solutions to difficult problems reside well beyond comforts perimeter.
Have you ever watched a movie for the second time and noticed all of the things that you didn’t pick up the first time?
Pain has had that effect on my life.
“There are in life a few miraculous moments when the right person is there to tell you what you need to hear and you are still open enough, impressionable enough, to take it in.”
Chapter – 4
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.”
We have more work to do. Hard work. Frightening work. Uncertain work, unending work. Work that may test us, work that may defeat us. Work for which we may not get the credit, but work on which the whole world depends. The time is short and the odds are long, but I believe that we are ready nonetheless.
To have more will than there are sands in your hour glass.
That is the formula.
If I were to wish for anything, I should not wish for wealth or power, But for an eye that sees the possible. Soren Kierkegaard Home Contact Paperbacks Ebooks Audiobooks Shorts Subscribe to this blog and get a FREE GIFT […]