Grow above Frigid Weather

On the last Christmas day, the temperature was 15F below zero.  I bundled myself inside a pile of “Canada Goose”, and headed to ski hill nearby.

Over there was not cold at all, instead the activities of skiing and snowboarding were heating everything up.  I was amazed how fast those kids (I guessed most of them are very young) could slide down the ski hill and how high they could jump.

Even though they occasionally fell, they got up on their feet right after and continued their adventures.

Taking opportunities to challenge selves is one of the best ways for Growth.

I’d Rather Be…

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