Wednesday, June 25, 2008


We read and discussed the book, Seabiscuit, in November 2003. This morning I came across an interesting new and deep perspective of Seabiscuit by Tony Williamson. Click on the link to read the seven lessons he got out of watching the movie Seabiscuit. Here are just two lessons mentioned by Tony:

"1. Physical limitations, adversity and hardship are no indication of your true potential. Your true treasure is your mind, not your circumstances.

2. Every one of us is uniquely gifted in something. It does not matter that we may have been abused, discarded and 'left for dead'. If we find that 'something' with which our Creator has endowed us, we can rise and soar into the skies of success, leaving our past behind us."

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