Adversity Blog Posts

Growing Through Adversity

In the last series of posts I wrote, one person commented about a distinction between God using our negative circumstances and God causing them. The latter was hard for them to embrace. I originally planned to respond to the comment in my post the fo...
by Thinking Faith Cafe on Jan 10, 2017

Weather the Storm

When it rains it pours That’s what they always say. See, this world revolves around what you have And not what you imagine Unless it’ll make money grow more faster Such a greed does no good deed Many are dying because they can’t eat...
by Wandering Abyss on Apr 17, 2016

Ten Years Later: Six People Who Faced Adversity and Transformed Their Lives

Ten Years Later: Six People Who Faced Adversity and Transformed Their Lives In Ten Years Later, New York Times bestselling author and beloved coanchor of the Today show’s fourth hour Hoda Kotb examines game-changing moments experienced by six diffe...
by Get Awesome Product on Dec 5, 2015

#ThisIsMyStory | Setting the Stage

For the most part, ever since I started blogging I've been an open book.  I don't often candy-coat or filter what I post on these pages, I am who I am, my life is my life, and my family is my family.  I don't measure any of it up to anyone...
by On Wings of Pigs on Nov 5, 2015


From the Writing Desk of Christine Mazurk A friend called me the other day to say she was having a garage sale in a few weeks, all proceeds going to "Pedal the Cause - A World without Cancer", a community fund raiser to support cancer resea...
by thepopculturedivas on Apr 1, 2015

The Everyday Value of Dressage.

This is why Dressage judges have as many words for hollow and tense as Eskimos do for snow.
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Jan 16, 2015

chiara corbella: a witness to joy

by Marie Meaney   In worldly terms, Chiara Corbella’s life was not a success story: two children dying shortly after birth, herself ravaged by an aggressive cancer, which killed her at the young age of 28, leaving a beloved husband and a smal...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Apr 21, 2014

Adversity quotes

by Mass Pictures on Apr 19, 2014

Don't Panic

Episode 45:  Crisis Hawkeye:    What’s the idea of the gun, Frank? Frank:      It’s classic.  The enemy cuts off your supply lines, you get cold and hungry, then they go right for your soft underbelly...
by Leading from the Trenches on Jul 27, 2013

How Do You Deal With Adversity

"We shall draw from the heart of suffering itself the means of inspiration and survival."~ Winston ChurchillI remember reading some time ago about a study of longevity in humans. There has been a large body of scientific research into the reasons why...
by Bronzi's 24 Hour Wealth on Jul 3, 2013

7 Ways Leaders Can Hack Into Their Own Life: Tips From A Former FBI Counterintelligence Agent

As an FBI undercover and counterintelligence agent, I spent twenty-four years investigating people. But the most important life I ever investigated was my own.
by Linked 2 Leadership on Apr 22, 2013

THOT 4 2 Day — 04.15.13

Read your Bible in 1 year: 04.15 Leviticus 19 Psalms 23-24 Ecclesiastes 2 1 Timothy 4 “The real test of the value of my Christian experience comes in adversity. How do I react to tragic losses? Anybody can smile on a sunny day. In Job, we find...
by Laboring In The Lord on Apr 15, 2013

Teaching Kids about Disappointment and Adversity: What Valentine’s Day is All About!

Argh, it’s another one of those “holidays” where parents, husbands, wives, girlfriends, boyfriends, etc. are suppose to buy “gifts” for each other to prove their love to one another.  I view this as an opportunity to teach your kids (and y...

THOT 4 2 DAY — 02.04.13

“Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it, a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not.” — Henry Fielding <:))))><<...
by Random Thoughts On Life Blog on Feb 4, 2013

Sunday Quotes 02.03.13

Sunday Quotes 02.03.13 “Most people don’t know this, but it seems like almost every week I have moments where I want to quit. Whether it’s giving up on small goals or giving into temptations, everyone has struggles. The only way to...
by Random Thoughts On Life Blog on Feb 3, 2013

Why Are Some Folks Successful While Others Not? by Bob Bly

I spend a lot of time thinking about why some people are successful while others are not. The reason for my doing so is probably the large number of people who e-mail me saying they are not successful and asking how they can become so. On reflection,...
by Internet Mastery Center Blog on Jan 15, 2013

Edgar Rice Burro’s Thoughts on Peace.

Edgar says: Sometimes people consider donkeys to be a bit coarse. To the insensitive handler, we might appear stubborn. Appearing stubborn is just our response to rudeness. Continue reading →...
by AnnaBlakeBlog on Dec 21, 2012

Unity In Adversity

Episode 25:  Divided We Stand General:    You had a mission here, Captain. Hildebrand: I’ve done it.  I can give you your report.  In my short stay here, I have seen textbook examples of neuroses, psychoses.  I ha...
by Leading from the Trenches on Nov 30, 2012

Sunday Quotes 10.21.12

“Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it, a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not.” — Henry Fielding “The uncommon man is merely the common man thinking and dreaming of success and in more fruitful areas.”...
by Random Thoughts On Life Blog on Oct 21, 2012

THOT 4 2 DAY — 09.26.12

“Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it, a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not.” — Henry Fielding <:))))><<...
by Random Thoughts On Life Blog on Sep 26, 2012