When doing the right thing is hard remember that one’s life is not measured by the number of years she has lived, but by the impact of her life upon humanity.
Boy! Do I ever know what it’s like to do the right thing when it’s hard.
I care deeply about people and I want so much to inspire the hurting and broken to have faith in God, believe in miracles, and take the steps toward being restored to a healthy, vibrant person. For years, I suspected that my childhood story might be a way to do just that.
Writing JoyRide, the story of my childhood, wasn’t without anxiety. Sharing my experiences from memory tested my pulsating, heart-beating resolve to help others through my experiences.
We’re all here on this beautiful planet doing this living thing together. Let’s commit to God to do what’s right when it’s painful and when it’s hard.
It doesn’t take much to realize that heartbreak is everywhere. Let’s be the arms of compassion, the eyes of faith, the voice of hope for the broken, fearful, and suffering.
Our lives are not measured by how many days we live, but by how we impact one another.
Let’s learn to love well.