Under Armour Essay

2215 Words Feb 23rd, 2012 9 Pages
Its been said that the saddest thing a man will ever face is "what might've been". But what if a man is faced with what was, or what may never be, or what could no longer be? Choosing the right path is never easy, its a decision we make with only our hearts to guide us. But sometimes we find our way to something better... sometimes we fight through the regret and the remorse of our mistakes, our malice and our jealousy and the shame we feel for not being the people we were meant to be...and thats when we find our way to something better....or when something better finds its way to us.

-Imagine a future moment in your life where all your dreams come true. You know, it's the greatest moment of your life and you get to experience it with
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In this desperate moment you must choose your direction. Will you fight to stay on the path while others tell you who you are? Or will you label yourself? Will you be honored by your choice? Or will you embrace your new path? Each morning you choose to move forward or to simply give up."

_"You ever look a picture of yourself, and see a stranger in the background? It makes you wonder how many strangers have pictures of you. How many moments of other peoples life have we been in. Were we a part of someone's life when their dream came true or were we there when their dream died. Did we keep trying to get in? As if we were somehow destined to be there or did the shot take us by surprise. Just think, you could be a big part of someone elses life, and not even know it."

“Regret makes you old, bitterness poisons those around you.”

“Life isn’t always easy. There are hills but then when you least expect it, there are flats. Flats that make you remember why you love living.”

“Most of our life is a series of images. They pass us by like towns on the highway, but sometimes a moment stuns us as it happens, and we know that this instant is more than a fleeting image. That this moment, every part of it, will live on forever.”

“There is a tide in the affairs of men. Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. But omitted, and the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and miseries. On such a full sea are we

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