After a near-fatal car accident left this little boy immobilised and demoralised, it was his 8-year-old best friend who inspired him to walk again. Quinton Neal, 8, was on-hand to provide his friend with the strength he needed to pull through - each step of the way. . .
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First, I just want to say you shouldn't speed through residential areas. Just don't. Second, the car scene is all about being a family. Whether you know the person or not there are certain situations where you should always help someone out.
The story to this picture is that this morning on my way to work I pulled up behind an RX8 and a 350Z at a traffic light. I immediately knew what was going to happen. Even though it's a twisty residential road they both took off. End result about 12 seconds later this guy wiped out. Fortunately it was just him in the car and no one was hurt and I was smart enough to stay out of those shenanigans. What dissapoints me most is that the guy in the RX8 kept going. It doesn't take but a minute or 2 to make sure everyone is okay in an accident. I did.
However you look at it, this guy and his poor car are probably having a worse Monday than you.
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My friend Kendra, @kswtragicallytransformed, is on the show today sharing her story of loss, brokenness and a transformation that only God is capable of. She was married to her husband Jim on November 12, 2011 and five short weeks later, as they were anticipating spending their first Christmas together as a married couple, they were hit by a drunk driver. Jim was killed instantly and Kendra was badly injured. She had to face months of rehabilitation while grieving the loss of her husband. Not only was her body broken, but her plans for the future were shattered. Kendra tells us how she relied on God and the God-like people in her life to move forward. She talks honestly about the days she wanted to quit and how being strong isn’t what people see when a person is pulled together, but it’s in the moments of deepest sorrow when you’re crying on the floor and asking God to help you through the next minute. We also talk about forgiveness and how, in time, Kendra was able to forgive the man who hit them and how freeing it was to let go of that weight.
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