It was former President Lyndon B. Johnson who once said, “At times, history and fate meet at a single time, in a single place to shape a turning point in man’s unending search for freedom.”
Whether consciously or subconsciously, turning points in our lives are when an important change takes place which, in turn, affects our future. One small change, thought to be inconsequential at the time, can open up a world of new possibilities or close the door to a period in our lives we would rather forget.
Perhaps it is transitioning between being single and being married, a career change, the decision to quit something, or the courage to leave everything behind — either way, such moments are transformational.
Former heavyweight boxing champion of the world, George Foreman, sees his entire life as a series of turning points. From fleeing a life of crime in the streets as a youth, to making the reluctant decision to lace up a pair of boxing gloves for the first time, to dedicating his life to Jesus Christ as an adult, Foreman knows firsthand how one small change can have a life-lasting impact.
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