“God creates us with different gifts …”

Craig's List of Writings


Originally posted on Self Help (Personal Growth) Books: https://craigsbooks.wordpress.com/2019/10/27/god-creates-us-with-different-gifts-3/ Originally posted on Craig’s Quotes: from a Google search (my “filing system to rescue me from sheer utter chaos” – thanks “Big G”)… and I mean God (far more than Google)… but then perhaps I should thank both! https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1PRFI_enNZ827NZ828&sxsrf=ACYBGNR9gh-fnIc_fQlnd5qI_ty-o7wl4Q%3A1572108431487&ei=j3i0XdSvHcTb9QPujaDYAg&q=god+creates+us+with+different+gifts+craig+lock&oq=god+creates+us+with+different+gifts+craig+lock&gs_l=psy-ab.3…37036.52865..56242…0.0..0.245.5524.0j5j21……0….1..gws-wiz…….33i10.tZYAdfY9bdQ&ved=0ahUKEwiUs-2ksLrlAhXEbX0KHe4GCCsQ4dUDCAs&uact=5 Sharing, supporting, informing, enlightening, “entertaining”(??), encouraging, empowering,…

via “God creates us with different gifts …” — — Say Yes to YOUR Potential

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Traumatic Brain Injury: Understanding Fatigue


Source: Traumatic Brain Injury: Understanding Fatigue

“We share what we know, so that we all may grow.”
“Sharing, informing,  enlightening, encouraging, empowering, igniting, uplifting (and perhaps even) inspiring”

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“I was taught that everything is attainable, if you’re prepared to give up, to sacrifice, to get it. Whatever you want to do, you can do it, if you want to do it badly enough. However, most humans quit too soon in life.”

Craig's Quotes

“I was taught that everything is attainable, if you’re prepared to give up, to sacrifice, to get it. Whatever you want to do, you can do it, if you want to do it badly enough. However, most humans quit too soon in life.”
– former British racing driver Stirling Moss’s famous quote





“Together, one mind, one life at a time, let’s see how many people we can impact, encourage, empower, uplift and inspire to reach their fullest potentials….and to strive for and perhaps even one day attain their wildest dreams.”
A writer’s dream(s)
Pictures (above great) by my old friend John (“the world’s third worst photographer”, so he calls himself), but whose photographic talents I definitely  do NOT possess)!

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Motorsport: Keep it simple

Simple, they could learn so much from V8 Supercars! Instead of pursuing advancements in technology purely for their own sake. They forget its a sport and people want entertainment. Well said, Bob!

V8 Supercars (Australia): One of my great passions

May be of interest to those petrol-heads, who think F1 has become a farce!

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“A book is like a garden carried in the pocket.”


M's garden

“A book is like a garden carried in the pocket.”

“A book is like* the garden of the mind’. Plant the right seeds, your thoughts in the fertile soil, at times even the highest ones… and you will get a stunning, a beautiful, a magnificent garden (of the soul).”

“Show me a garden and I’ll tell you what you are.”

– Alfred Austin (English poet)

from http://momsgarden.wordpress.com/2013/11/04/they-were-like/

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My boyhood hero

My boyhood hero

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Life in the Fast Lane


Life in the Fast Lane


by Robert Edwards


Sourced from: from : http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-76709848.html


The flickering cine film has all the compulsive horror of the footage of the John F. Kennedy assassination. In a sickening blur of speed, the Walker Lotus 18/21 racing car leaves the track and bucks violently as it surges out of control over the rough verge and slams into a grassy bank.

The driver – with no modern safety harness to protect him – can be seen being bounced out of his seat in the last, terrifying moments before impact. He is left clinging helplessly to the steering wheel, his feet unable to reach the pedals as he hurtles towards his doom.


Later, one observer would recall having seen a plume of fire shooting from the rear of the car ‘like a burst from a flame gun’. He would also describe the ‘spontaneous gasp of apprehension’ when the crowd realised disaster was imminent. This was the moment when the dazzling career of Stirling Moss, perhaps the greatest all-round racing driver the world has ever known, came to a brutally premature end at the age of 32. The date was St George’s Day, 1962. The place was Goodwood, the Sussex circuit which was then synonymous with British motor racing.


Yet such was the charisma of Stirling Moss – and the enormous popular affection he commanded – that the impact of the crash would be felt across the world for years to come. In the dire gloom of post-war Britain, the rise of Moss, the debonair boy wonder, had seized the public’s imagination. They loved him for his breathtaking bravery, his unquenchable competitiveness and his uncanny level of skill.

Above all, they loved his sense of style…

Robert Edwards


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