“Difficulties break some men but make others. No axe is sharp enough to cut the soul of a sinner who keeps on trying, one armed with the hope that he will rise even in the end.”

-Nelson Mandela

Lately, I have been feeling the need to make a difference in the world I know. It is only right that I read books about Nelson Mandela and other world leaders. This quote really stuck with me because it exemplifies almost everyone I know in this world. We all face difficult challenges, some more than others but all of us have been put into situations where a decision must be made, good or bad. “No axe is sharp enough to cut the soul of a sinner who keeps on trying,” This particular part of the quote spoke to me the most because indeed we do all sin. It is the actions of our hearts that give us hope for one another. Being one with your faith is the best way to feed your soul the hope it needs to get over the sins of yourself and others around you.

Where’s the love? 

Love is the soul’s fuel. If you p.ant into your soul the seed of love, what grows from that is something that cannot be explained. Trust me when I say I understand that it is easier said than done, we all have a different set of problems we deal with daily and let’s be real, we got bills! Do not let your negative influences in life effect what you have in your heart. Be good and genuine to people.

Do not let your difficulties define who you are, let your actions through faith define who you are, for there is truly no axe that can cut your soul too deep to make you leave that faith. Indeed, have hope that you will rise in the end. Be Inspired!

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