"It's very important to talk about it; very, very important."
When we choose to risk we’re hoping for a better outcome, whether for ourselves or someone else we’re serving. And when we risk for His sake and not our own, then we contribute to an eternal glory that goes beyond ourselves. That sort of faith spurs an unshakable hope, one that is worth risking it all for.
Was Robin Williams' Carpe Diem commonly used before 1989? Were everyday people speaking Latin to each other? Or was it something that Robin Williams, as John Keating, taught us never to forget?
“I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go.” —Rachel Scott
Discovering how to care for those with depression has been personally difficult, but extremely rewarding. The best thing you can do is be really candid with the people you love who are hurting, and give them a comfortable space to try and tell you what they might need from you.
And no single gunman, no hand of a terrorist, no disease or cancer, no tragic accident, nor even the final days of our old age can ever separate us from the love and sheer grace of God. Read these two comforting words in the Bible.