"My daughter, Emma (in 7th grade), started back to school last week. There is a young boy in her class (call him Jake) who is quite overweight. He is treated very badly by other kids and even by the teachers.
On Sept. 3, 2012, James K. Flanagan of West Long Branch, N.J., died unexpectedly of a heart attack. He wrote this letter to his five grandchildren just months earlier and it is reprinted here with the permission of his daughter Rachel Creighton.
Want to bounce back better and faster when life hits you with unexpected surprises? Here’s a quick list of some of the most useful tips to get back on your feet. 1. Acknowledge what is in front of you.
Experience. Dream. Risk. Close your eyes, jump, and enjoy the free fall. Choose exhilaration over predictability. Choose growth over comfort. Choose potential over safety. Wake up to the magic of life.
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