Never Say Never

Sometimes the world seems like an impossible place to realize the dreams and imaginations of our hearts and minds, but never say never. Never say you’ll never make it, because you don’t know what breakthrough is waiting for you. Never say you’ll never be successful; you don’t know what great thing has been prepared for you to achieve. Just because no one can see it, doesn’t mean you can’t do it. Just because you don’t know, doesn’t mean you won’t discover. And just because you never have, doesn’t mean you never will.

My Guest Post for Liz Claudio: Never Say Never

My friend and fellow blogger, Liz Claudio, asked me to do a guest post on her blog where she writes about  her thoughts on learning, loving, living, and sharing. Here’s a preview:

When I heard him say this I really felt something inside drop, not so much because he didn’t want to have kids, but more because of his reason: “I don’t want my children to experience what happened to me because of my dad. I don’t want to make them go through what my dad made me go through.” Here was this wonderful young man, smart, hardworking, determined, can run 5k in 15 minutes (that’s fast by the way), telling me that his reason for not wanting to have children was his fear of following in his father’s footsteps.

You can read the whole thing here: Never Say Never

Psalm 127:2

In vain you rise early and stay up late, toiling for food to eat–for he grants sleep to those he loves.

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