I do believe my life has no limits! I want you to feel the same way about your life, no matter what your challenges may be. As we begin our journey together, please take a moment to think about any limitations you’ve placed on your life or that you’ve allowed others to place on it. Now think about what it would be like to be free of those limitations. What would your life be if anything were possible?
… to keep moving up …, you have to abandon the security of that ledge and reach for another hold. Letting go of that sense of security. is the challenge. … think of yourself as climbing a ladder. To move to the next rung, you must give up your grip and reach for the next one.
If I fail, I try again, and again, and again. If YOU fail, are you going to try again? The human spirit can handle much worse than we realize. It matters HOW you are going to FINISH. Are you going to finish strong?
Fear is a bigger disability than having no arms and no legs.
I never met a bitter person who was thankful. Or a thankful person who was bitter.
I think emotional and mental pain is probably worse than physical pain. I think we don’t realize that I have no arms or legs but we all have disabilities of some sort, some fear, some lost, some wishes that didn’t come true, things we wish would be better.
In life you have a choice: Bitter or Better? Choose better, forget bitter.
When I was 8 years old, I became depressed. I kept asking why I was born this way [without arms and legs]. I also worried about my future. At the age of 10, I tried to commit suicide because I felt like giving up. But when I imagined my loving parents crying at my grave, I decided to stay.
As long as I try, there’s always a chance of getting up. It’s not the end until you give up.
… to keep moving up … , you have to abandon the security of that ledge and reach for another hold. Letting go of that sense of security.. is the challenge. … think of yourself as climbing a ladder. To move to the next rung, you must give up your grip and reach for the next one.
Dream big, my friend, and never give up. We all make mistakes, but none of us are mistakes. Take one day at a time. Embrace the positive attitudes, perspectives, principles and truths I share, and you, too, will overcome.
I honestly didn’t think miracles could ever come from my broken pieces, and I was disabled in fear that my dreams would always remain as dreams. Don’t give up on you. Don’t give up on God. Don’t give up on love.
Don’t give up on God, because God will not give up on you.