Mountain climbers are constantly warned that the most dangerous part of their endeavor is not in the ascent to the summit, but during their descent from the summit when they are more prone to fatigue and carelessness. Today we are going to discuss the dangers of celebrating too much or for too long the fulfillment of our goals in life.
The adage that “the best ability is flexibility” applies to many life situations including opposition to our faith. Today we are going to explore another invaluable “survival tip” for living our faith courageously in a hostile world: learning to bend, without breaking.
If you wait until your life is under attack to consult the “training manual” for how to respond, you’ve waited too late! Today we will discover how to train for emergency situations before crises arise.
Someone has said that life is ten percent what happens to us and ninety percent how we respond to what happens to us. If we are to survive -- and thrive -- the challenges that bombard us every day from every direction, we must learn how to develop the attitude of a victor and resist the temptation to think like a victim.
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