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I am reminded of the quote from the Special Olympics: “Let me win. Yet if I do not win, let me be brave in the attempt.” The Special Olympics are for adults who live with a developmental disability. During my day job, I work with adults who live with developmental disabilities. A few of them participate in the Special Olympics. They win every day at life. They keep going no matter what. Many times they are my inspiration to keep going in my own life. They are willing to do their best, to try new things, to make new friends, to be themselves.
How are you being brave? You deserve to live and be brave in your life. How am I being brave you maybe wondering? Well by living, by stepping outside my box, and compiling a book about children overcoming adversity. Allowing myself to be seen, and heard by a global audience. I’ll admit it, it is scary at times. Yet I keep going inch by inch, I will get to my goals and dreams.