Everyone is handed adversity in life. No one's journey is easy. It's how they handle it that makes people unique. ~ Kevin Conroy

Lifes journey is filled with adveristy it is this adversity which serves to make our story unique and our resolve stronger.. Further it is this adversity we face along our journey that can motivate us to strive for Your dreams.

The journey of life is an individual journey that only You know and you alone can take the adversity that you have meet along the way and allow it to defeat you  or inspire you..

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Kelly (KC) Camp

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Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be.  ~George A. Sheehan

We all have goals and dreams and achieving them is not easy most of the time.. Often time it takes courage and determination to accomplish that which we want out of this journey we call life..

I want to share a story of a man named Monty Roberts that put that to the test.

“As he was a kid, his father as a horse trainer was moving from stable to stable, from ranch to ranch, training horses. Thus, the boy‘s school career was constantly interrupted. One day, when he was a senior, teacher asked him to write about what he wanted to be when he grew up. He did not hesitate a minute and wrote seven-page paper about his aim to be an owner of a horse ranch, he wrote many details and drew a location of buildings and stables and even a detailed house plan. 

Two days later he received his paper back with letter „F“ on the front page. After class he came to teacher and asked: „Why did I receive an F?“. The teacher responded: „This dreams is so unrealistic for a boy like you, who has no money, no resources and who comes from itinerant family. There is no possibility that you will reach your great goals one day.“ Then the teacher offered to rewrite the paper with more realistic attitude.

The boy went home and asked his father, how should he act. The father answered: „This decision is very important for you. So you have to make your own mind on this“.

After several days the boy brought the same paper to his teacher. No changes were made. He said: „Keep the F and I will keep my dream“.

Now Monty Roberts owns 4,000-square-foot house in the middle of 200-acre horse ranch and he still has that school paper, which now is framed over the fireplace.



Remember, you have to follow your heart and never let anyone to steal your dreams.”

“You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore.” ― William Faulkner

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Samhain Costume Wearing

Background History:

 

Wearing of Scary Costumes in celebration of Halloween can be traced back in history as part of the Irish culture from a Celtic Festival Samhain, meaning “summers end”

This Festival which was a celebration of the end of the lighter half and the beginning of the darker half which marked the Celtic new year.  The belief at this time was that the boarders between the current world and the outer world became very thin during this time and that the possibility of harmful spirits and other dreadful things could cross through seeking to stay in our world.

By wearing scary masks and costumes it was believed the bad spirits would be warded off and could not poses the wearer..

due to immigration costume wearing became popular  in the united states in the 1930’s and has grown into what is today a trick or treat tradition..

2014 Trending Costumes  in US

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All Hallows Eve or other wise known as Halloween

Since a young age I have always been intrigued with this holiday called All Hallows Eve or Halloween… although of course being young allot of it stemmed from being able to gets loads of free candy and being able to dress up as the latest super hero or vampire ect…  But as I Came to get older I became fascinated with the history of it the lure and the coolness of things like pumpkin carvings.. a true artistic skill if ever there was one…

In my research I found this interesting information I’d like to share an excerpt…

Halloween, also known as All Hallows Eve, can be traced back about 2,000 years to a pre-Christian Celtic festival held around Nov. 1 called Samhain (pronounced "sah-win"), which means "summer's end" in Gaelic, according to the Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries. 

Because ancient records are sparse and fragmentary, the exact nature of Samhain is not fully understood, but it was an annual communal meeting at the end of the harvest year, a time to gather resources for the winter months and bring animals back from the pastures. Samhain is also thought to have been a time of communing with the dead, according to folklorist John Santino.

"There was a belief that it was a day when spirits of the dead would cross over into the other world," Santino told Live Science. Such moments of transition in the year have always been thought to be special and supernatural, he added. (More on this can be read here)

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