Wednesday, April 22, 2009

S-U-C-C-E-S-S & Winning!?

I'd love to hear your comments:

How do YOU measure success or winning? What does success or winning FEEL like?

7 comments:

Kamey Jean Hope said...
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Kamey Jean Hope said...

It's all true! I have found that if we don't get hit with life every so often we forget how to live. Because he is right we are told that life is not easy but some time we take it for granted. That's why I'm grateful for trials because it makes us stronger. Thank you I needed that reminder. You are always so good at posting great advice and ideas. You should be a writer.

Trinity said...

I agree you should be a writer. I had to watch that over and over again. I completely agree. We all have got hit and pushed down to the ground and we can't blame others if we choose to stay down. That's the great thing about this life, it's our choice.

Jon and Janice said...

Great for the motivation. I need these kind of reminders. Love ya kid-o, mom

Shanna said...

That was a great reminder. Success and winning, how do I measure it? When you know that you have given it all you had and then some. I think that in most cases we mentally quit before physically we do.
There are those people who in life seem to have everything and they are miserable and make everyone that they deal with miserable too. Then there are those that have nothing that would be of worldly value and they are full of light and happiness. Life is what we make it. It is a decission that we each have to make for ourselves.
What I measure as success or winning is what has been given and learned in the experience.

Heather said...

Hummm...that is a thinker. For me success is knowing you are where you are supposed to be as dictated by the Lord even though it isn't easy...also on a more selfish note I kind of like the place to be organized too! H

Brief Notes from the Barretts said...

Thanks I needed that reminder this morning. I love your blog ---I check it out pretty often. Thanks.

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