Posts Tagged ‘strength’

I just wanted to take a minute and thank all of our soldiers, in all branches of the military, for their service and dedication. It takes so much to do what you do. At times it may seem like the hardest thing you’ve ever done. You might think it was a mistake. You might hate it. And that’s perfectly fine. But I just want you to know that no matter what happens in 2 years, or 6 months, or in 2 days, there are always people in your life who love you and care about you and will always be there for you. We support you in whatever decisions you make and will stand by you in the best and worst of times.

Secondly, I just want to say thank you to all my beautiful and amazing friends who have not only helped me when I felt sad and alone, but also wanted to point out how inspiring you are to me. The women in my life who have a husband, boyfriend, or significant other who is in the military, are so strong. You help me to have faith and keep going. Even though at the moment, my relationship is not as serious as yours, every little bit helps. It is so hard to be away from someone you really care about. No matter what happens with him and I in the coming days, I am so grateful that I have friends who are going through or have gone through similar situations, and I love and thank you for your support. You have no idea how much it helps to just talk it through with you girls.

To everyone who has a loved one, or significant other who is deployed, serving at a base across the country, or if you’re fortunate enough to have them home with you; stay strong and know that you’re not alone.



Posted: July 26, 2010 in Inspiration
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Fight because you’re strong.

Fight because people tell you not to.

Fight for the existence of doubt.

Fight because you are a woman.

Fight because you are a man.

Fight because you know what’s important.

Fight for what you believe in.

Fight for your voice.

Fight for your right to be heard.

Fight for your ideals.

Fight for your dreams.

Fight for the truth.

Fight for your family.

Fight for your friends.

Fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.

Fight for justice.

Fight for your country.

Fight for your brothers.

Fight for your sisters.

Fight for ideology.

Fight for those who came before you.

Fight for fear.

Fight for love.

Fight for peace.

Fight for uncertainty.

Fight for the human race.

Fight for life.

I Fight…

“Cause I never met a mountain high enough.

Because I don’t believe in the word enough.

Because I always find my second wind.

Because I set my own limits and break them.

Because nobody pushes me harder than I do.

Because I dream big and always make it come true.

What are you fighting for?