Posts Tagged ‘honorable’

Spitting Into the Wind

December 8, 2013

woman-megaphone-man-criticizingPure intentions and honorable actions do not always offer protection from hurtful accusations from those you had been close to. More than one instance comes to mind in which I acted with complete integrity and selfless service only to have wildly untrue accusations flung in my face. Sadly, I have seen the same unfortunate fate befall people I love.

When I am unfairly attacked, my first instinct is to defend my integrity by explaining why the accuser’s perceptions are so horribly off target. Up until recently, I believed that explaining my position with clarity and precision would always be helpful and productive.

I was wrong. Time and time again, I have learned that trying to reason with an unreasonable, irrational or psychologically damaged person is like (more…)

Sportswomanship At Its Finest

January 3, 2009

A women’s college softball game. A devastating injury. At stake, the outcome of the game . . . and one woman’s dream. Be prepared to (more…)