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 look at it now… =My arm, a place that once represented hopelessness now represents love… More beauty from ashes than I could have ever dreamed.”
“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
It was such a small comment, but it clearly reflects something many of us raised in Christian homes subconsciously believe: That being a Christian = Being a virgin and Being a virgin = Being a Christian.
Know this. Overcoming anxiety IS possible. It can be defeated and you do not have to live in fear. Change doesn’t always happen overnight, but you will get there.
The feeling of happiness is based on emotions that can change like the wind, but holiness is a dedicated act of worship day in and day out.