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The Odds?

Updated: Mar 25

When you just want to be a normal little kid forever, you then realize just being a kid gets old, but you’re not too sure what growing up or maturity really means or look like.

Although I would agree that maturity starts when one begins to learn or gain knowledge, what do you do when you’re diagnosed with a learning disability and you have the facts that appear to prove it?

At thirteen years of age, I could barely read, couldn’t write, and the only thing I knew how to spell was my name. Yep, at least I had something good going for me, right?

I wanted to be the best at whatever I did, but things were not looking good for me. That I can tell you!

The stakes were extremely high, and I’m not even ashamed to admit that I didn’t even believe that there was anything better than what I was experiencing.

So, what do you do when your only options appear to be, to be either a gangster or a professional athlete, but your chances of being a real gangsta were a million times better than becoming a professional athlete?

Well, for me, I took a risk like no other.

The risk? By some way, some how, a took that chance in believing that a miracle could happen to me, even though I didn’t know what it would look like if it did.

My friend, I am a walking, talking, miracle, but I owe it all to my very personal relationship with Jesus.

See you at the top, in every area of your life.


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