Ten Days In Love: Nothing Is Impossible

What do you think about when you hear someone say anything is possible? Do you ever stop and wonder? Most of the time we think about it for a few seconds, about how it would apply to us, and then think about something else. But what if it were true? What if we could change? What would happen if we all decided on the same day to show an act of love to someone without thinking of ourselves? Could it really make a difference? Is it possible? I will tell you that there was a long time in my life when I thought it was truly impossible to stop living for myself…I was making the same mistakes over and over, and I was hurting people in the process but I knew I wanted to change and I started to wonder what would happen if I could change. I just didn’t want to be remembered for what I was becoming and wanted to start making a positive difference. I wanted to change in any way I could and I just needed some help in my life, and now I get it day by day.

People ask the questions all the time, the “what ifs” and the “what would happen” questions…I love those questions. I think it’s safe to say we have all thought about them because deep down we like to wonder. Even if you know some of these scenarios would never happen, especially in a world we live in today where an act of love can seem so impossible…you still can’t help but to smile and wonder for those few seconds…and it’s because you believe, you believe in the hope. I believe in it, I believe everybody knows the right from the wrong…but it’s the things that interfere with the right and the wrong that we have to dissect. Why do we make our choices? I believe the only thing that can take away the possibility of having to choose right from wrong is the sole action of love…

I want to open up and share some of my experiences with you, both good and bad, that have all been a big part of my life story and have really helped bring change into my life. I want to show you how I think all things are possible. Growing up in the south in Mississippi I know what it is like to be surrounded by adversity. But even with the history here in the south and even when you hear the latest bad news story, there also lies a steadfast hope for recovery and to redefine meaning. The same applies to us as people. I am in the process of redefining my life and Ten Days In Love is just a small part of it. I want to encourage you through my journey to see the bigger part and that is to begin to look at life with an eternal perspective. These are true stories, real questions, and inspirational answers every ten days about living a life of love. This is about how my life has started to change…and so for whatever reason you decide to join me please know that I am thankful and grateful for you. Maybe you can even help me in this project, send me some encouragement, and share your experiences with me. I know I certainly don’t have all the right answers…I’m nervous to even begin this project probably because I am the most imperfect person I know and you will see me continuously be imperfect. If any of you knew me anywhere from the year 2006 – 2012 then you know this is something I never would have even thought about writing. I thought something like this would be impossible…but through support, encouragement, faith, and love any change is possible. And I just want to share some hope with other people. If this is something you would like to be a part of please join me here on January 1, 2016 for the first post. I think if you give it a chance you will begin to see how real love is so powerful…it can change people and you can see it…you can feel it…it’s changing me and it can change you…

In fact everything can change for you in 2016…NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE. So believe in the “what ifs,” and watch the “what would happens” become a reality. Help me share some hope as I share some of my stories with you. I want to encourage you to watch, listen, and share what happens when you decide to live the next ten days in love.

– Adrian D.