Wednesday, May 27, 2020

THE WAKE UP CALL | This Video Will Make You See This Situation DIFFERENTLY!

This video comes from the daily Motivation YouTube channel. The channel, which we recently rediscovered, currently has over 1 1/2 million subscribers. So, there are many others that are looking for the encouragement and motivation that they need to keep going. You are not alone, although you may feel like it. Be motivated, be inspired, be encouraged.

Monday, May 25, 2020

Lean On Me - Bill Withers (Fingerstyle Guitar)

The song Lean On Me by the late Bill Withers has been used by healthcare workers, artists, and more for inspiration during these troubling times, according to an article by The Associated Press. Bill Withers died on March 30th of this year. He was 81. His music was well respected by the music industry. ASCAP president and chairman Paul Williams said, "He was a beautiful man with a stunning sense of humor and a gift for truth." We found this acoustic version of Lean On Me on the AcousticTrench YouTube channel. The artist is known as Trench a fingerstyle guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, according to his website.

Saturday, May 23, 2020

If you are Kind you'll see Opportunities Instead of Obstacles

We love the title and the message of this video from the InnerLight Media Motivation YouTube channel. If you are kind, you'll see opportunities instead of obstacles. Think about it, or better yet, put it into action.

Friday, May 22, 2020


When we are going through a long difficult struggle with our health or other matters, we get tired. Fatigue shows up and the doubts appear. We wonder if we will ever get well, if circumstances will ever change. We might begin to believe that things will stay the same, no matter how much we believed before. This is the time that we must stay strong. This is the time when our faith is being tested. Don't give in to the fatigue and doubts. We need to focus on the finish line. As Winston Churchill said, "When you're going through hell, keep going."

Thursday, May 21, 2020


This quote on hope is attributed to Desmond Tutu, the South African cleric who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. According to his Wikipedia page, Tutu originally wanted to become a doctor. He had already "secured admission to study medicine at the University of the Witwatersrand, however, his parents could not afford the tuition fees." He instead studied to become a teacher. His first job out of college was teaching English at Madibane High School. He would later join the clergy and then became involved in eliminating Apatheid , leading to the Nobel Peace Prize. As of this posting, Tutu is 88 years old. A fan of classical music, cricket, reading, and much much more he certainly has led a full life with his share of accolades, however, like many of us had his difficulties and challenges. As a child he contracted polio, and as an adult he received death threats because of his activism. But despite all of this, he became an important figure who accomplished so much. Click here if you would like to hear more of his story.