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Rob Collins: Be grateful you're never really rolling solo
'There is an entire orchestra of people who intersect with us throughout our lives, who are just as responsible for who we are, as any choice we make on our own.'
By Rob Collins, Q104
Rob Collins in the Morning, Q 104.1 FM
Most people wait way too late in life, before they begin to acknowledge the fact that along the way, many people have extended grace and favor, during our personal journeys.
Praying grandparents, generous friends, coaches, teachers and many unknown who have made contributions to our lives. Those who speak words of favor over our lives, when we aren't at our best and encourage us when we no longer believe in our abilities.
There is an entire orchestra of people who intersect with us throughout our lives, who are just as responsible for who we are, as any choice we make on our own.
Be grateful that you're never really rolling solo, even when you think that you are. In times of need, we see people who step up and provide relief, support and something bigger than themselves. Good Thursday morning (August 30, 2018). Breath deep and pursue passionately. - RC
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