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Af, Basketball, and Bless Up: My girlfriend made me go with her to the flower shop. Wasn't thrilled until this dude showed up and sat in front of me. Reddit u/carl gordon jenkins @DrSmashlove Y’all know I don’t really obsess over sports but last night I seent a miracle. Vikings were losing to the Saints with 10 seconds left. A lot was riding on this game because the winner would go to the NFC Championship. Everyone thought the Saints had it in the bag. Case Keenum, the QB for the Vikings, throws a pass and it’s caught by a young brother named Stefon Diggs. When Diggs gets the ball, it’s five seconds left. In this situation, the receiver (Diggs) is suppose to immeejally run out of bounds so the Vikings could kick a field goal. Keenum yells β€œGET OUT OF BOUNDS!” Coach Mike Zimmer - only yards away - is yelling at Diggs: β€œGET OUT OF BOUNDS!” Saints safety Marcus Williams came in at four seconds left to take out Diggs - a fraction of a second after the catch - and ... he misses. If he had connected, and Diggs had fallen, game over. But God had another plan. Diggs landed clean AF, turnt around, and ran in for a touchdown. This was the first time in NFL history that a playoff game ended on a game winning touchdown as time expired. That’s not a typo - what Diggs did has never happened, ever. Plainly, the young brother made history. In the post game interview, Diggs said: β€œall I can say is, give it to God. Because without him, nothing is possible and I wouldn’t be here so...DAMN THAT SH!T FEEL GOOD!” πŸ˜‚ Before I continue let me provide a little background on Diggs’ life. Diggs’ father Aron was a former basketball player. Aron signed his son up for football at the ripe age of five and mentored him to become the best player in the state of Maryland and the second best in his position nationwide. But Aron never even seen his son play high school football because he died when Diggs was 14. Since then, Diggs has assumed the role of a father figure to both of his brothers, Trevon and Darez. Diggs himself lost his father figure but he still stepped up. Because he had to. Because that was God’s plan. Sometimes on the way to realizing God’s blessings, you endure hardship. I believe that these tests prepare u for the blessing. Minneapolis stand up. Maryland stand up. All of those who give it to God when we chalk up a win stand up! Bless up ❀️
Af, Basketball, and Bless Up: My girlfriend made me go with her to the
 flower shop. Wasn't thrilled until this dude
 showed up and sat in front of me.
 Reddit u/carl gordon jenkins
 @DrSmashlove
Y’all know I don’t really obsess over sports but last night I seent a miracle. Vikings were losing to the Saints with 10 seconds left. A lot was riding on this game because the winner would go to the NFC Championship. Everyone thought the Saints had it in the bag. Case Keenum, the QB for the Vikings, throws a pass and it’s caught by a young brother named Stefon Diggs. When Diggs gets the ball, it’s five seconds left. In this situation, the receiver (Diggs) is suppose to immeejally run out of bounds so the Vikings could kick a field goal. Keenum yells β€œGET OUT OF BOUNDS!” Coach Mike Zimmer - only yards away - is yelling at Diggs: β€œGET OUT OF BOUNDS!” Saints safety Marcus Williams came in at four seconds left to take out Diggs - a fraction of a second after the catch - and ... he misses. If he had connected, and Diggs had fallen, game over. But God had another plan. Diggs landed clean AF, turnt around, and ran in for a touchdown. This was the first time in NFL history that a playoff game ended on a game winning touchdown as time expired. That’s not a typo - what Diggs did has never happened, ever. Plainly, the young brother made history. In the post game interview, Diggs said: β€œall I can say is, give it to God. Because without him, nothing is possible and I wouldn’t be here so...DAMN THAT SH!T FEEL GOOD!” πŸ˜‚ Before I continue let me provide a little background on Diggs’ life. Diggs’ father Aron was a former basketball player. Aron signed his son up for football at the ripe age of five and mentored him to become the best player in the state of Maryland and the second best in his position nationwide. But Aron never even seen his son play high school football because he died when Diggs was 14. Since then, Diggs has assumed the role of a father figure to both of his brothers, Trevon and Darez. Diggs himself lost his father figure but he still stepped up. Because he had to. Because that was God’s plan. Sometimes on the way to realizing God’s blessings, you endure hardship. I believe that these tests prepare u for the blessing. Minneapolis stand up. Maryland stand up. All of those who give it to God when we chalk up a win stand up! Bless up ❀️

Y’all know I don’t really obsess over sports but last night I seent a miracle. Vikings were losing to the Saints with 10 seconds left. A lot...

Bad, Disappointed, and Life: IT COSTS $0.00 TO BE A DECENT PERSON. The real problem stems from a long line of narcissism and a huge lack of consideration for anyone other than one’s self. πŸ‘‡Here are TWO Golden Rules we should all consider when striving to be a decent human being: βœ”οΈTreat others the way you would like to be treated. This one seems to be especially concerning because I feel like I hear it so often. People will be venting about friend drama and mention all of the ways that they have been wounded, and yet, I can't help but notice that often times the person wounded fails to recognize that their own behavior can be just as wounding and upsetting as the person they are venting about. This rule is simple enough, if you wouldn't want somebody to treat, talk about or speak to you in a specific way, the you should make damn sure that you follow your own rules. βœ”οΈRecognize that time is limited. In other words, let us not take people for granted. We are all so quick to assume that we will have certain people in our lives forever but the truth is that we never really know for sure what tomorrow will bring.If somebody is important to you, show them. If you value a person's place in your life your actions will show it and you will exercise great consideration, dedication and loyalty towards them. - It's not hard to be a decent and considerate person and yet it's not something we see people practicing regularly. Though I've been disappointed by so many people, I've finally come to terms with the fact that as a society and especially millennials just don't value loyalty and compassion and consideration like we used to. Time to change! - values good bad millionairementor
Bad, Disappointed, and Life: IT COSTS $0.00 TO
 BE A DECENT PERSON.
The real problem stems from a long line of narcissism and a huge lack of consideration for anyone other than one’s self. πŸ‘‡Here are TWO Golden Rules we should all consider when striving to be a decent human being: βœ”οΈTreat others the way you would like to be treated. This one seems to be especially concerning because I feel like I hear it so often. People will be venting about friend drama and mention all of the ways that they have been wounded, and yet, I can't help but notice that often times the person wounded fails to recognize that their own behavior can be just as wounding and upsetting as the person they are venting about. This rule is simple enough, if you wouldn't want somebody to treat, talk about or speak to you in a specific way, the you should make damn sure that you follow your own rules. βœ”οΈRecognize that time is limited. In other words, let us not take people for granted. We are all so quick to assume that we will have certain people in our lives forever but the truth is that we never really know for sure what tomorrow will bring.If somebody is important to you, show them. If you value a person's place in your life your actions will show it and you will exercise great consideration, dedication and loyalty towards them. - It's not hard to be a decent and considerate person and yet it's not something we see people practicing regularly. Though I've been disappointed by so many people, I've finally come to terms with the fact that as a society and especially millennials just don't value loyalty and compassion and consideration like we used to. Time to change! - values good bad millionairementor

The real problem stems from a long line of narcissism and a huge lack of consideration for anyone other than one’s self. πŸ‘‡Here are TWO Golde...