Have you ever dreamed about what your life would have been like if you had only changed just one big decision? Just think about it. What if you had a do-over––got that one chance to go back in time and take the other fork in the road––the one that could have changed the course your
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My point is that there are so many things in life worth chasing . . . worth going after . . . and it’s up to you, reader, whether or not you succeed at obtaining your goals. Work ethic is important; however, “work” doesn’t have do drain your soul . . . it’s all in how you perceive what you do… If you are unhappy in a certain situation, change it! And you can say . . . “Well Jace, it’s not that easy . . . there is so much grey in the black and white.” and I’m here to assure you that it is absolutely that easy . . . because I’m doing it myself.
Over the years the Christmas season has grown more and more difficult for me. My mother died Christmas of 1995. In the years that followed, losses mounted. My 20+ years of marriage ended in divorce. My children grew into strong, confident men with busy lives, but the pride, happiness and love I felt for them
As a writer, I’m inspired by those elite and gifted enough to stir passion within the souls of humanity. Those who focus on the human race and show us universal threads that unite us all as we search for love and meaning in our lives. Maya Angelou’s writing does just that and she touches my
They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results. Now, most people wouldn’t consider themselves insane, yet how often do we see people continually repeat the same patterns, while they hopefully yearn for happy endings. Like Scarlett O’Hara in Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind, they’ll “worry