Elvis Presley (1935-1977);
Lee Iacocca (born 1924);
George S. Patton (1885-1945);
American General in World War I and II
J.K. Rowling (born 1965);
Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961);
founder of analytical psychology
Andre Agassi (born 1970);
professional tennis player
C.S. Lewis (1898-1963);
writer, theologian, scholar
E. Joseph Cossman (born 1918);
Ralston Bowles (born 1952);
Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962);
U.S. First Lady, diplomat, human rights activist
Dan Millman (born 1946);
author, gymnastics world champion
Muhammad Ali [Cassius Clay] (born 1942);
Bono (born 1960);
Lena Horne (1917-2010);
Singer, actress, civil rights activist
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (1926-2004);
Paulo Coelho (born 1947);
Annie Besant (1847-1933);
British theosophist, women's rights activist, writer
Submitted by Jonathan 5 months ago.
AFGHAN DILEMMA I sat in the back row of the rusty, creaking Japanese minibus as we bounced our way across the bleak Afghan desert from Kandahar to Kabul. In front of and next to me, their heads brushing the roof, were seven Afghan tribesmen, complete with ancient carbines and crossed bandoliers. They talked amongst themselves and occasionally cast a glance…
Submitted by Mikayla 8 months ago.
Bethany is my hero. She had an amazing life, an amazing family, and an amazing talent... and then this was taken from her. One split second, and her life was changed forever. She could have boiled in anger and left her talent sitting in the sand. But instead, she showed the entire world that nothing can get in the way…
i cant overcome my fears cause iam afraid to tell people the real me.
carley 3 months ago from buckley
I have been struggling to overcome my problem with alcohol. I know that this is a problem many people deal with, it isn't an easy thing to do. It's not only a big part of our culture, but legal. Most of us start drinking before 21, so it becomes a way of life. I'm only 20 and I'm already trying to stop. I've realized that after you drink, your problems are still going to be there. My advice is find a group you can go to close to you, it really helps to know you're not the only one trying to be sober. And remember, take one day at a time. Worry about not drinking the present day, you only have 24 hours. Also stay away from places that will tempt you to drink. It may be hard, but trust me, it feels so good to get through another day without drinking. Know you're good enough to really be happy.
Heather over 1 year ago from Indiana
I am in a family who struggles , but at the end of the day ... We All Stay TOGETHER♥
Zaria about 2 years ago from Texas
Being a Grandmother who is raising a grandchild, overcoming the age gap is monumental. Especially when the child is 13. As each day passes, I have to overcome obstacles that I never thought I would have to do at the age of 70. Love, Patience, Kindness, Understanding is paramount however, willingness to give each day it's best is joy~!
Carolejane B over 2 years ago from West Hartford, CT
jesse hale almost 3 years ago from kemp texas