Thursday, October 7, 2010

Facing Your Dragons

Greetings Happy People,

In the southwestern part of the Las Vegas valley, located on Russell Road & Hualapai, is a high school. This high school used to be located on Maryland Parkway near Oakey. This place has changed my life. Without this school, I would not have able to do the things I have done in my life. This high school is none other than Bishop Gorman.

At the new campus, a huge knight is located on the side of the wall. Dressed in blue & orange, he rides his steed with his lance and his shield charging into victory. At night, spotlights would shine on this gallant Gael. When I see this knight, I think of courage, bravery, and readiness for battle. Whether it involves rival factions or dragons, this knight is ready to take on any challenge that lies ahead.

Being a knight is not an easy thing. On any given day, you face different challenges. Some are small, while others are huge. No matter the challenge, the knight would face them face first. This iron clad warrior may face different risks. Some of these risks may be costly, but nevertheless the knight still faces them.

In today’s world, we have many dragons in our lives. Many of them come in different shapes, sizes, and forms. Some people would try to run and hide from these dragons. The more they show fear, the more power these dragons will have. Whether they believe it or not, these people choose to let their dragons become victorious.

In contrast, others would choose a different path. Instead of fleeing from their dragons, they choose to not only face it, but conquer it. They make pretty awesome knights because they face their dragons knowing the potential risks that are involved. When these people face their dragons, they will have more power than they expect.

Do you have dragons in your lives? How are you dealing with them? If you are dealing them with fear, uncertainty, and worry, then you may want to change your strategies because they will bring you instant defeat. If you are dealing then with courage, bravery, and a sense of readiness, you will win your battles before they even start.

That is all I have for now. Take care and thank you for your time and attention.


Jesse I-I-I

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