So many people come and go from Sox Place on a daily basis, taking only what they need and leaving what they don’t. So far I’ve met many people who are experiencing life’s tragedies and pressing health conditions, some that would leave any body hopeless about what the future holds.
And yet that doesn’t stop so many of those that visit us from enjoying what life has to offer. There’s so many stories here at Sox Place, stories that are perfect depictions of bravery, courage, and capture a passion for life when all seems lost. How many are on this planet today living this way?
It seems like the passion for living gets lost somewhere on the commute to work or school. Millions of people just following the status quo, doing what they’re told, just breathing to stay alive, but there’s not a whisper of a thrill in the time that goes by.
The people at Sox Place remind myself to live with passion. Don’t be afraid to be hopeful for what the future may hold. There’s no sense in living a life that’s empty but “successful”. There’s no sense in allowing for the curve balls to kill the joy that comes from the heart. When the going gets tough it’s easy to fall into sadness and self pity, but it takes work to get up everyday and dance.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, to give you hope and a future.” (Jeremiah 29:11 NIV)
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