(SitNews) Klawock, Alaska – I was putting together a list of quotes for a graduate school class and ended up tying my brain in a massive ball of wisdom from John Wooden to Jimmy Chitwood in Hoosiers.
I started to wonder if there was a quote or two that I live by. Not that I’d like to think I live by, but actually do live by – there is a difference. You can really like quotes, but that doesn’t mean they really encompass your existence.
“The proper function of man is to live, not to exist.” (Jack London).
We like to see ourselves a certain way – that we stand for good, that we are adventurous, that we are understanding, that it’s their fault for not seeing the good in us rather than us not realizing we aren’t good for them.
“People get stuck, thinking they are one kind of person, but they aren’t.” (Donald Miller)…
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