Not Everyone Is On Your Team

If you have to drag them in, you will have to drag them through – find the people who see your value and jump on board. ~ Tim Davis A friend recently confided in me about some trouble he’s having at work. He was hurt and he felt betrayed by people he thought were better than that. As we talked, he said, “I guess not everyone is on my team.” The truth is, few people truly are. It doesn’t necessarily mean they’re against you; they’re just not really with you. A couple of years ago I self-published a children’s book. Many of you bought it. I will forever be grateful for the support. It was amazing. People I haven’t spoken …

I Choose Hope

I have asked the questions why But I guess the answer’s for another time So instead I’ll pray with every tear And be thankful for the time I had you here ~ Save A Place for Me, Matthew West Every morning on my way to work, I drive by an empty lot with two white crosses carefully planted in the center. Occasionally, a stuffed animal appears beneath the smaller cross. I can’t help but glance at the site each time I pass. I’m not sure why. I guess it seems somehow disrespectful to speed passed it — too preoccupied with my own life — not to at least acknowledge what happened there. Three years ago, a house stood on that …