Question of the Day – No. 143

What was the greatest moment of your life so far?ย 

 

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Looking forward to reading your answer! ๐Ÿ™‚

Max

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  1. If I can, I would like to share two of my greatest moments so far. First, there is the moment I met Jesus Christ. After a childhood of sexual molestation, shame, rejection, depression, anger, and low self-esteem, I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior and Lord on December 25, 1981. Second, is the moment I was able to see the fulfillment of one of my dreams. It was on April 13, 2011, when I physically held my bachelor’s degree from Liberty University in my hands after nearly 30 years of obstacles, struggles, and trials trying to get it. The decision that I made in 1981 taught me about true love, true forgiveness, and true self-respect. I truly believe that if it was not for that day, I would not be here at this moment doing what I do today.

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      1. It’s all good because I’m here today as a victorious overcomer who has been given the mandate of God to share my personal testimony with others and let them know that they too can become overcomers of their own obstacles with God’s divine help. #ButGod

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  2. The moment my husband proposed to me, June 4, 2010. I at first thought he was joking so said “You think that’d be cool then?”. He meant it though. We got married a little over a year later, on September 19, 2011.

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  3. Waking up on the green side of the grass, not under it… ๐Ÿ™‚

    โ€œYesterday is a memory, tomorrow remains a mystery, today is a gift. Greeted it with open arms, a open heart, a open mind and a smile. Enjoyed it because it won’t come again. I do not dwell in the past very often, too much in the future waiting for me.โ€.. (Larry โ€œDutchโ€œ Woller )

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  4. Prior to four years ago I would have said the birth of my daughter. However four years ago she told me she was addicted to heroin. It was a hard fight. An eternal fight. Painful, scary, spiteful, angry, down and dirty fight. But we won. She is healthy and clean. So, every day she wakes up and takes a breath is the best thing that could ever happen to me. #heroinloses #life #sheisbreathing

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  5. The greatest moment of my life was seeing my Mom smile and said: “I am proud of you son” at my professional certification induction and when my step sisters told me that whether same father or not I am their brother and the best one to have.

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  6. The greatest moment was when I proposed someone (first and last time) 3years ago. It’s greatest because that’s the time I realized I do have the ability to love someone, for real- loving and thinking of being with that person, reciprocation, sharing life together, all those organic things that I thought I am not programmed with. And that’s the one time I did something that spontaneously and beautifully (I still read that message I wrote sometimes, tinge of cringe but overall I feel good). Turns out that indeed was a technical glitch, I am not programmed that way but it’s good to feel like that, even for few hours or days maybe. Oh, and when I realized I am doing exactly what I decided to do 10 years ago career wise, not many people can do that and I am lucky, and should be proud of myself. Didn’t plan what’s next, still don’t know, but whatever..๐Ÿ˜

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  7. My greatest moment was when my husband saw me for the first time in the wedding dress. He was so impressed and emotional and he said to me some special words. In that very moment, I knew he was the right choice for me and I will love him forever!

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