Lead The Charge

spoken for so many people, that could not find the words to write exactly how they feel.

Into Dawn

I put myself there.
I dug my own grave
I was ready to give up
I was ready to quit
To stop trying.
I had built walls around myself
And everytime I said I would tear them down
I just built them thicker
A different kind of self harm
A different kind of suicide.
But I stopped.
Someone reached out to me
To pull me from my dark place
And into the light I had glimpsed.
I didn’t give up
I didn’t quit
And unbeknownst to me
I had more friends than I thought.
Friends I didn’t even know about
Watching unseen from the sidelines of my life
Concerned with where I was going
But unable to really help.
And now, I can see all of them
I no longer have friends on the sidelines
I can now see them
Fighting with…

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Body CRQs: Power

WeLiving International


powerPower \ˈpa(-ə)r\ : the ability have a lot of control and influence over other people or organizations

Champions in life create POWER within them each day and extend that power out through every interaction. The more they do, the more they have a healthy control and influence over those around them. And the more they see themselves capable of executing and accomplishing the things that they are destined to do.

Champions have a might. A will. A strength and fight that comes from within. An unquenchable resolve that exists as a result of their faith. And so the power they exercise. They train. They push themselves beyond their pain. Because they know they’re powerful. They just have to keep acting and believing it’s already so.

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