Baseball was, is and always will be the best game in the world.
I believe in the love of God,
the power in glory forever,
the importance of success,
the wisdom of elders,
the effort in hard work,
God, Family, Sports,
But the belief in that you don't have to strive
For your goals is just courageous.
I believe in the truth that will set free,
I believe in love that will conquer all,
I believe in respect for others,
Hope, Joy, Love,
And I believe in the fact that tomorrow isn’t promised to you.
My Personal Credo
My credo is about how the love of life is being lived. My grandmother once told me, “If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.” Taking her advice, I began to develop a code of beliefs, a personal credo.
Life has presented me with several challenges that I could not control. I did, however, control my reaction and kept a cool head. When my dad left my family, I decided that instead of getting angry at the world for making me a fatherless boy, I would become the “man of the family.”
In another less serious event of my life, someone who I thought was my friend started spreading rumors about me. Even though I wanted to fight him, I decided to talk it out. In the end, he ended up apologizing and telling everyone the rumors were false.
I will continue to follow this belief of self-control because I have found that it leads to more positive results than just reacting without self-control.
Up until this point, my grandmother’s advice has made a very positive difference in my life. It has helped me shape my personal credo, which helps me make good decisions. Through developing self-control in my reactions to uncontrollable situations, trying to always do the right thing so I never have regrets, and knowing that there is a purpose in all this madness I call my life, I have made positive decisions that have led me to be the successful person I am today.