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Basketball isn't a game; it's an art form. You master the fundamentals so you can forget 'em, so you can improvise and just concentrate on what really matters; getting buckets.
Puggsy: There's--nothing to see. Gather, uh, over there. Excuse me, is there anything I can do? I am a scientist, sir. Is there any problem? Fred: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt things. He isn't a good swimmer and it's a little too soon for him to be out here unsupervised. Puggsy: Well, I can assure you, he's quite safe with me.
Self-sacrifice is an obvious proof of true love and true leadership i.e. giving up one’s own life, interests or comfort just to help others or to advance a cause. Now, that is exactly what Jesus Christ gave up for us on the cross of Calvary (over 2,000 years ago). Yes! he (Jesus Christ) gave up his own precious life, well-being, comfort and interest so that humanity can be saved through his one and only sacrifice. Nevertheless, what have you given up for him (Jesus Christ) in return? Anyway, I guess that's worth thinking about (individually), isn't it? ~Emeasoba George
No condition of life is too bad to become good, better and even the best. As well, no human life is too damaged or beyond salvation. Besides, there is an iota or atom of sense right inside every so called nonsense. Yes of course, because when you remove non from every so called nonsense what remains is sense. Now, that is to say obviously, there is also always something in every nothing. Moreover, that signifies conclusively, your so called worst condition or circumstance isn't the worst actually. And your so called most miserable life isn't the most miserable in the real sense. For, God can effortlessly make up every so called worst condition to become the best. Even the most miserable life right here or out there, can become the most enviable life ever. In fact, God (almighty) can do all that and he will do even more than that. If only you do believe in his abilities and words undoubtedly. Because, it is ever meant to be unto you according to your own faith (Matthew 9:29). ~Emeasoba George
Whether you are rich or not presently, someday it will not matter anymore. Yes! someday there will be no more sunrises, no more minutes, hours or days. All the things you have acquired over the years, whether treasured or forgotten will be transfered to someone else. Oh! yes, your wealth, fame, intelligence and power will be irrelevant someday. That is to say, someday it will no longer matter what you own or what you are owed. Even, your grudges, resentments, jealousies, frustrations, failures and challenges will finally disappear. Moreover, your hopes, ambitions, dreams, aspirations, plans and your intensions will expire. As well, your successes, wins and achievements that matter so much to you will equally fade away. I mean, you won't regard any of them anymore. In other words, you will sooner or later lose interest in all of the above in toto, the very moment you become old and eventually die someday. However, I think that's worth meditating on individually, isn't it? ~Emeasoba George
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