Strength of character consists of two things—power of will and power of self-control. Many youth mistake strong, uncontrolled passion for strength of character, but the truth is that he who is mastered by his passions is a weak man. The real greatness and nobility of the man is measured by the power of the feelings that he subdues, not by the power of the feelings that subdue him. The strongest man is he who, while sensitive to abuse, will yet restrain passion and forgive his enemies. Such men are true heroes.—2MCP 689.1
Everybody's at war with different things...I'm at war with my own heart sometimes. Nonetheless, smile through it all! You’re only as good as what you go up against. #smile#lessonlearned#photography photocredit: @destination_promised
Where there is fear, worry, anxiety, doubt, trouble, chagrin, or disappointment, there is ignorance and lack of faith. To fear, to worry, to doubt, is to deny, to dis-believe. When my back is against the wall I fight even harder! PhotoCredit @destination_promised
Happy 11th Birthday Niece!!!
Uncle Loves You!!! Nieces are wonderful because they are as close to being your own children as you can get without actually being your children! You can spoil them and send them home to their parents. You don’t have to deal with the tantrums. You get the good without the bad! Love you Jaidyn!! @im_justjamon #happybirthday