Whenever I hear privileged, rich *ssholes talk about the Wealth Gospel and how the poor are poor because its gods will, and why should they pay taxes to buy healthcare for the sick or food for the hungry, I always remember Mark 10:25
It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.”
Which is why when I heard this story about Sadio Mane, I found it truly uplifting. This is the way the privileged should think and feel. Those of us with means have the obligation to help those without. End of story. Anyone who argues otherwise has been swayed by greed and hate, and will get into heaven about as much as that camel will get through the eye of a needle.
I love this quote. Dreaming is good. For me it inspires hope.
Keep trying, no matter what. Don’t give up.
This is just so true. The most wonderful times of my life have been the little times with my wife and boys.
Dream big, that way even small success will be huge.
Stay positive, stay safe out there.
The message is simple. Don’t give up, keep trying, it always seems impossible until it’s done…
I found this to be very inspirational. There was a moment when we realized we could help each other, and what would have been a fatal injury became something that was survivable because we had each other.
Mood feeds on itself. If you beat yourself up, you will feel bad, and feed into beating yourself up more.
Be who you are. Celebrate it, affirm your worth to yourself, and then others will too.
Life really is as good as you make it.
If you focus on the bad, it’s what your day, week and year will become.
Enjoy the things that bring you happiness, and put your energy into the good things in your life.
I wish I’d learned how to avoid those people who suck the joy out of you earlier in life. It’s a hard lesson, but anyone who makes you fee like sh*t isn’t really a friend.