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Trigeminal Neuralgia: Martin Luther King, Jr. quote

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The above quote by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. aspires me to keep moving. I keep moving.  I keep blogging.  I keep talking (when I am able).  I keep doing all these things to spread awareness about Trigeminal Neuralgia, so one day it will be a disease that we had. Please Continue reading →

Every morning starts a new page in your story

“Every day starts a new page in your story. MAKE today a great one” ~ Doe Zantamata Every day you wake up feel blessed to have a chance to pick up where you left off the day before. There are millions if not billions of people in the world that pray they had your problems every day.

April Sims Quote: Don’t Let Fear of the Word No Stop You

Don’t let fear of the word no stop you. So many have missed their window of opportunity because someone told them no and that made them uncomfortable so now they settle in life because they do not want to hear the word no again. Build a bridge and get over yourself. www.AprilSims.com

April Sims Quote: Step To The Side and Get Out Your Way

There comes a time in one’s life when you have to forgive yourself, then step aside and get out the way of your progress. Standing in the door of success will not make you successful. You have to go through the door in order to achieve success. Don’t let others pass you by. ~ www.aprilsims.com

Expose yourself to greatness

Expose Yourself To Greatness I remember when I was a little girl and one of the neighborhood children came down with chickenpox. Word spread like wild fire up and down our block. All the parents made sure they exposed their children to this child in hopes their children would contract chickenpox to get it over and done with. The same goes for greatness. Put yourself in a position to be exposed to greatness. Surround yourself with those that are on your level or higher and Continue reading →

If you can count your friends on more than one hand, count again

“If you can count your friends on more than one hand, then count again” ~ Charles Brown (my dad) As a young girl, I always allowed frenemies to hurt me. Then one day my father uttered these words (see above) and they have stuck with me throughout my adulthood. I have also passed these words onto my children.