Falling down. It happens. We may trip over our own feet or we may lose balance by carrying too much stuff or someone may get in our way either intentionally or unintentionally and cause us to lose balance. Regardless of the cause, we may find our self on the ground. Now we are faced with a decision. Do we complain? Do we sulk? Do we curl up in a ball and roll around riling in pain? Do we curse? Do we give up and just lay there? Do we get up? Do we shake it off and begin walking again? Do we make the choice to not let our own mistake or our own momentary lack of ability or the intentional or unintentional acts of others dictate the next few moments or hours or days or weeks or the rest of our life? Falling down is easy. It happens more than we may recognize. The intentional choice to get up and take control of our lives after we fall down is what separates us from those who choose to stay down. Please Get UP!
COACH. FATHER. HUSBAND. SON OF THE KING. WHITWORTH UNIVERSITY.