The biggest challenge you will ever have is yourself. Being honest with yourself about yourself may be the most frightening and rewarding thing you ever do. Nobody can do for you or to you what you can do for and to yourself. You are the best friend and worst enemy you will ever have.
You are defined by how you deal with what happens to you – not what happens.
If you so choose, you learn, grow and develop all of your life.
Life is good when you manage your problems: they’re always there.
Never miss a local story.
It’s never too late to learn or make amends.
Every change, solution or advancement brings new problems: be prepared.
Gossip is cowardly and irresponsible. The gossiper says more about themselves than the person they talk about.
We choose our behaviors: they don’t happen to us.
None of us chooses our genetic endowment nor our parents’ parenting skills. We are all blessed or damned by chance. The jerks among us may be the less fortunate among us. Every offender was a victim first.
Someone’s race, religion, appearance, gender, or sexual preference is only the wrapping, saying nothing about what they consist of inside.