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Sunday, January 2, 2011

Stay in the Race This Year!!!

Chariots of Fire is a British film released in 1981. Written by Colin Welland and directed by Hugh Hudson, it is based on the true story of British athletes preparing for and competing in the 1924 Summer Olympics.

Think about it...is this how you want 2011 to be for your life.  Run the race of whatever journey that you are on. Get up when you fall. Try the best you can and maybe you can go further than you thought. Remember to accept help and encouragement to get up again. Though for most of us, the healing journey will not end this year we can all make tremendous strides, but remember to be kind to yourself.  Rest and taking care of yourself is also part of our journey.  But, remember to stay in the race no matter how you feel!!  Happy New Year and Healing Blessings!!


Mike Golch said...


Wanda's Wings said...

That is such a good message. We have to keep getting up no matter what tries to knock us out of the race.

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