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From The Pit To The Palace

The internet is filled with the story of the man with the golden voice;, hat an amazing story. I am in awe of his humility and really wish him well and that he takes his second chance with both hands and makes the most of it. Art the same time, i hope he can handle it, which is one of the questions Matt Lauer posed to him, is he emotionally strong to handle all of it? His story really shows how your life can change in seconds, minutes, hours and within a day. This is your modern day version of the story of Joseph, who went from the prisons of Egypt to the palace of Pharaoh within a short period of time.

Sensational is the word! And of course, his family and friends from the tenth and fifteenth generation are going to coming out…I hope he sifts out those who are really for him and those who just want to come along for the ride. He has the right outlook and a heart of gratitude, who would not want to get close right?

And another story of life transformation across the continent.  Esther Phiri, I am not one for boxing but if it is working for her, fabulous. I just cannot stand about to be beaten up like that. She is certainly grounded and very disciplined.

What’s your turnaround story? If you don’t have one, create one for yourself 🙂


2 Responses to “From The Pit To The Palace”

  1. Lara Daniels says:

    I have been following Ted William’s news faithfully since the initial breaking of the story. News like this is very encouraging, with the lesson being that there is no situation so bad that cannot be turned around in the twinkle of an eye. Miracles still happen all the time (no cliche intended)…one just needs to keep an open mind and persist in faith.

  2. Belinda Otas says:

    You can say that again. Even I took hope away from his story, life can so change in one second that it wipes out your years of pain. I hope he stays clean and takes this second chance with both hands and makes his children proud.

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