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In the movie, the main coach is dealing with a team that is not giving its best. The guys don’t care if they win or lose, and they are thinking more about what is happening after the game then the actual game itself. Frustrated, the failing coach prays to God to help him, and comes up with some motivational pointers, to help the dying team.
Here is a clip of a part that really touched me:
Can you imagine if we applied this principle to every part of our life? Instead of going through our daily life half-halfheartedly, we could go through giving our very all, our very best no matter what. Even when it hurts and you think you can’t go any farther, we can take 30 more steps, or a few more feet, just to give it our all.
If everyone applied this to their lives, can you imagine how life would be? Of course no one is perfect and we can only dream of a life like that, but it doesn’t mean we can’t apply it to our own lives. You never know who may be watching or who is looking up to you.
I hope by watching this it motivates you to become stronger, to carry on and give everything you do your all. I know it did for me.