The Lamp – Wishing, Hoping, Believing and the Reality

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How often do we all simply wish & hope? How many of us really turn things around? In his book “The Lamp” author Jim Stovall wonderfully portrays the relationship between wishing, hoping, believing, and reality. Who among us has not thought about or wished for better things? Too often, these thoughts or wises simply fade away into nothingness as we focus on the hectic lives that we all lead.

What is more profound is that the author Jim Stovall is blind. But blindness did not stop him from becoming who he wants to be Truly an inspiration. A true story of leading by example. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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In the book “The Lamp”, you will explore the relationship between wishing, hoping, believing and reality. Who among us has not thought about or wished for better things? Too often, these thoughts or wishes simply fade away into nothingness as we focus on the hectic lives that we all lead.
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💠 You change your life when you change your mind.
💠The biggest dreams you ever had inside of you is still there. It is alive and well and ready to be activated when you make the decision.
💠 All of us have big dreams which would have been put inside of us if we would have had the capacity to make them come true. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
💠 The one who enjoys his/her job never works a day in his life.
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