People will often condemn you for your mistakes, but less often congratulate you for your accomplishments. Use all that hate and negativity and channel it into working and focusing on you. I very much like the above quote as I can relate to it so much. I’m sure that most people can to. We all are a work in progress, forever changing as time flys by. Reach for your dreams and stay humble. Those who intentionally create chaos will face there own karma. It shouldn’t have to come to that though.
Through my mistakes I’ve learned. Through hardwark I know I will succeed. I know I have to live my life and not anyone else can do it for me.
Have a great and safe weekend!
It’s hard to come by an answer for everything that happens in life, but that’s just it. It’s called life. It’s unpredictable and sometimes chaotic. Who said it would be perfect. Personally, I have to remind myself that it’s ok to just want to be alone and get my mind together at times. When bad things or people happen I try to understand what I did or how I contributed. I guess it’s one of life’s lessons. I guess you never really stop learning. It’s an ongoing process. Other people do not define who you are, You do!
That doesn’t mean let them run all over you like a bully, or act in a vengeful way. You have to remain calm and humble in a lot of different situations, specifically the petty ones. Don’t lose hope for a better tomorrow and a better you.
It has been an amazing postseason series for the Kansas City Royals. It first started on September 30th , 2014 against the Oakland Athletics in a AL Wild Card game. Next, the Royals went to play against the Los Angeles Angels on October 2, 2014. The Royals won all three games against the Angels to move on to play the Baltimore Orioles.
The Royals took the lead by winning the first two away games on October 10th and 11th. It was the Royals turn to host games three and four on October 14th and 15th. The Royals sealed the Orioles fate by winning the 4th and final historic game on October 15th, 2014 to advance to the World Series. What a great win!
I must also say the Royals did a great job working as a team to make some awesome plays. From jaw dropping catches to staying on top of getting the Orioles to strike out without scoring over them (a couple of close calls). I’m not going to bore you with all the stats, but if you’re really curious, then a quick google search will get that info.
A big congratulations goes out to the Royals’ Manager Ned Yost for being the first manager in history to win eight postseason games. Lorenzo Cain earned the MVP award as well. I’m so proud of my home team.
–Antonio Harris (images are not mine)
I’m not sure how I stumbled across this, but I’m glad I did. This is a older video, but the powerful message it contains never gets old. Enjoy!
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: http://youtu.be/gdBBo6Wveo8
What’s up guys?
Just wanted to express a few of my thoughts. It’s been a pretty nice day. I haven’t had a real stress free day in a long time. I’m preparing to make some major changes in my life, and I feel good about it. Nothing is always easy, and that’s life. I’m learning to change the way I think and how I handle things. Things will not change unless you change it. No matter how much negativity is thrown at you in life or just in general, know that there are ways to deflect them or you can use it to uplift and inspire you.
I hope that everyone had a good day, and if not, then know that things can/will get better.