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  • Maureen Bausch

    Nicholas Sparks, author of The Notebook, relates a time of desolation when he experienced a sports injury that left him feeling partially destroyed. Disgusted at his inertia & despondency, his mother admonished, “DO Something!” He replied, “What can I do?” “Write a book” was her reply. So, he did; the first 2 were rejected many times, but years later he was inspired to try again with The Notebook. Lucy, thank you for your encouragement to keep seeking our highest potential although it can seem hidden.

    September 18, 2017
    • Write in Community

      Thank you, Maureen. So good to hear about Nicholas Spark’s mother. And yes, our potential can seem hidden, but I do believe it is there. Thanks again.

      September 19, 2017
  • Michael Stinson

    Wilma Rudolph was a childhood shero of mine. I remember watching her run on television. She ran with great power, evidently generated by her dreams. Thank you for the reminder and your encouragement.

    September 19, 2017
    • Write in Community

      Thank you, Michael! We’re all running our races, aren’t we?

      September 19, 2017

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