To Fight The Unbeatable Foe.
September 3, 2012
I listened to the late great Luther Vandross sing to “The Impossible Dream,” like it was a broken record today. I shared the link from YouTube, with you below. Each time I replayed the song it felt as if I were requesting from the “Cyber DJ” what one would call a do-over. It bought childhood back again. How beautiful innocence is.
To fight the unbeatable foe: I remember the big bad wolf in Little Red Riding Hood, the giant, in Jack and the Beanstalk, the wicked witch in the Wizard of OZ. These stories still remind me of some of the biggest bandits and unbeatable foes. However, in the same book, I am reminded of some of the greatest victories. When the stories of our childhood become real life scenarios where do you find the strength to fight the unbeatable foe?
If I could share with you the one thing that I know to be true. I have found that at the end of every story someone was victorious and someone was defeated. Who is unbeatable? Defeat can be challenged. Fight for your right too fight! You cannot win against the “unbeatable” if you don’t show yourself prepared to fight…and then fight to win.
Whom ever your foe. What ever your fight. Show up in life and fight for it! You can be the unbeatable, though you may never be a foe.
Luther Vandross: The Impossible Dream Live
Watch and Enjoy.
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This has been Sharon Saffold blogging on purpose and not by chance because chances are, I will blog again.