Today I’m celebrating eleven years breathing with a double lung transplant! Even though a decade has passed, this particular day is still overpowered with great emotion for my family and I. The following timeline is unfortunately an accurate account of my life. It was my intention to write only small snippets of happiness.
I recently read Goliath Must Fall by Louie Giglio. His book inspired me to write about the giant in my life- FEAR. If you struggle with fear during your daily day to day living you are capable of conquering the giant within you.
We automatically assume the number one killer of our dreams is failure, however we’re wrong. The number one killer of our dreams is fear. More often than not, fear is simply a figment of our imagination, which settles into the deepest cornerstone’s of our minds. Fear is simply- False Evidence Appearing Real. We are to stare into the face of fear and say, You do not control my future! The most successful people today didn’t end up where they are now because they were too scared. They probably fell over and over and over, but that didn’t stop them from continuing the climb up the mountain. They made their way through the bumpy, wet, muddy, hilly, pyramid until they reached the top.
So, what exactly is the definition of fear?
What is an atheist?
A person who does not believe in the existence of a God or any Gods: one who subscribes to or advocates atheism.
Atheism. A word that makes believers cringe. For some, it might be difficult to fathom. How could someone not believe and what are their motives? I am intrigued to learn more about atheism.
The following interview was submitted by someone in my life who is an atheist. He is the kindest, well-mannered, intelligently spoken, man I have come to know. I have to say, I was surprised to find out he was a non-believer, however, knowing this did not alter my view of him in any way.
Please respect his opinions and willingness to participate in this interview. Everyone is welcome to engage in friendly debate. All comments will be closely monitored.