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January 09, 2014


RJ Cho

Barry Sanders walked away at pinnacle of his career too. He never looked back. Good Story


Life is about choices and the consequences of the choices. As long as the person understands and lives that way, it is not anybody business.

Tina Wang

Yesterday, I saw a beautiful quote by Elisabeth Gilbert in friend's FB post: People think a soul mate is your perfect fit, and that's what everyone wants. But a true soul mate is a mirror, the person who shows you everything that is holding you back, the person who brings you to your own attention so you can change your life.
Ricky found his soul mate in Ricky.


Fascinating story (I had never heard about him). Thank you for sharing.


it is easy to see someone and scold them, but at the same time we are missing the reflection on ourselves if our values are true with our actions


Not until the final sentence did you reveal that Ricky was bi-polar. Here's what I know from my experience with a family member, and from talking to several doctors: bi-polar disorder is treatable; the medications are mature and established. But they are rendered useless when someone smokes marijuana. The acitve ingredient in marijuana blocks the same receptors int the brain that the drugs treat, and it greatly aggravates bi-polar symptoms. It can directly lead to depression and schizophrenia. Believe me, I know what I'm talking about. If Ricky Williams had stopped using an illegal and poisonous drug and gotten serious about treating his mental illness (like millions of others do), it might not have taken him so many years to find himself.

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