Norman Vincent Peale (1898-1993);
Pat Riley (born 1945);
Former NBA player and coach
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philosopher, author, publisher
Rollo May (1909-1994);
Tom Robbins (born 1936);
novelist, short story writer, essayist
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Henry Ford (1863-1947);
founder of Ford Motor Company
Bill Blackman Founder and President of Hearts and Minds Network
Charles F. Kettering (1876-1958);
Margaret Thatcher (born 1925);
former Prime Minister of the UK
Albert Einstein (1879-1955);
theoretical physicist, philosopher, Nobel Prize winner
Bill Cosby (born 1937);
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American political leader, author
Christopher Reeve (1952-2004);
actor, producer, director, and writer; best known for his role as Superman
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Rick Mears (born 1951);
American race car driver
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Italian-American world champion racing driver
Submitted by Anonymous over 6 years ago.
I was itching to go back on active duty with the US Coast Guard, especially to go back to the Gulf Coast of the United States. I had been ordered down to Gulfport, Mississippi the night after Hurricane Katrina hit. With in three days of making landfall my Coast Guard Unit was running Search and Rescue Missions, Humanitarian Relief, and…
Submitted by Kathryn over 4 years ago.
I think Christine is my hero because she has shown commitment by sticking with Christopher through thick and thin. They have been through mostly everything: through racial comments, family issues, and school. I look up to Christine because she has showed commitment to her boyfriend. Even though it is not marriage, it is still a life of commitment.
Imani is my hero because she saved me from commiting suicide two years ago. Because of her I met my beautiful wife and now we have 2 amazing little girls and we love them to death.
Andrew Moreno 3 months ago from Ohio
As a part-time musician, I had told my wife that I would alternate using gig pay to buy musical equipment with contributing to family expenses. There was one piece of equipment I really wanted and I got paid well at a show last night. I realized I had used the last show's pay for equipment, so I steeled myself up and donated to an upcoming family trip instead. Because this was hard, I know I have a lot of work to do to become a good person. But that's what I want to do.
Sheldon Shaffer about 1 year ago from Bowling Green, KY
I really like it.
Irfan khan over 1 year ago from Jammu & kashmir
Kevin over 1 year ago from St. Louis, MO
Commitment is to press through till we see it happen.
Bruce Willingham almost 2 years ago from Warner Robins, Ga
I am commited to raising my four children to always be in awe of the beautiful ways of God. My four young children have gone through a lot in these past 8 years. My former problems, moving from Texas to california and there has been little to no complaining and I thank God that before and during these hard times I have seen that bringing them up in the right way is paying off. We aren't where we want to be, but we are far from where we used to be. Two years clean, with my mind stayed on my Savior, and my heart full of His love, I truly NOW lead by example. Sincerely, Commited Daddy-Son-Friend
Alvin R Hanson over 2 years ago from Garden Grove, CA.