Life Lessons from Sports September 8, 2015 2 Comments Many life lessons can be learned while playing sports. Here is a life lesson I learned while playing baseball. Read more life lessons in: Sports: Life Lessons from Court, Field, and Gridiron
Wow! I am so happy you have landed your own site! So much out there in the world to look at, I chose to fill my energy and time while viewing things wholesome. My kids will attest, after listening to your talks on the way to school or church or my Mormon Tabernacle pandora station, just how much I love things good. See life hasn’t always been this enjoyable. I don’t know you personally, but I feel as though I do through your amazing testimony talks. I am unable to express my worries on any media, to friends or family. Especially since the person involved has family with pretty high callings in the church. I believe in sharing this with someone will help me release my worry to hold it all together. thank you for letting me privately share this with you, as I’m confident it will not be published. I have kept it in for so long. I lived in a world of fear from my marriage and the hurt others can bring to myself and children. It was in listening to YOUR TALKS that I felt additional strength to get me through tough times. Times will always be tough, if we aren’t moving uphill.. We aren’t moving forward.
I have dealt with a whirlwind of lies, deceit and my husbands incessant pornography addiction and adultery. I have pulled through some incredibly soul refining moments, moments I thought my worth less than I should. I have come to realize a few things, my God is greater than my deepest worry, happier than the most silliest movie and kinder than anything I know. I have fully put my trust in him, in so doing I have become so close to him. What a remarkable feeling. He has taught me that the atonement had to happen and that taught me that my ability to forgive one for intentional harm can be accomplished. It feels good to forgive. I never thought I could be that person to forgive someone that broke covenants and vows, but.. I have. I still remain married to the man I married after only 9 short months of discovery and still remain separated because of it. I still love him with all of me, I just know now.. God loves me more as does my brother Jesus. They have spoke to my heart and I have trusted them in making changes to my life. So, thank you John for giving me one more good thing to look forward to repairing heartache and strengthening my resolve to be a better mother, wife and sister.
All my best~Kamie
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