Don’t confuse God sending you opportunity with the hardship of opposition.

Any adventure worth retelling was birthed out of conflict. So try and enjoy the fragrance of success no matter how far off it seems.

Into the wild blue,



Gabe · 27 Oct ’12 at 12:49 pm

“Any adventure worth retelling was birthed out of conflict.”

So true.

On an unrelated note, the afterword on the Tide of Unmaking (which, bytheway, was EPIC, AMAZING, and AWESOME) mentioned something about going to your site to find out more about your ebook on self-publishing. Is that out yet? And if not, when will it come out?

    Christopher Hopper · 27 Oct ’12 at 1:29 pm

    It’s almost done…like, formatting it right now…

    Gabe · 27 Oct ’12 at 9:58 pm


emma e squared · 27 Oct ’12 at 6:57 pm

So true! Yet again words worth reading and pondering and I love the photo.
What gets you further in life: common sense or a sense of adventure? I’ve tried to puzzle this out and came up with an answer of my own but I think it may differ for most people.

    Christopher Hopper · 27 Oct ’12 at 7:02 pm

    I would argue that common sense begets a sense of adventure, for logic alone would dictate the need to expand beyond the present in hopes of attaining the potential.

Kristin · 5 Dec ’12 at 9:00 pm

I keep coming back here to read this ..for some reason it seems to be something I not only need to hear, but something I need to let sink in. so thanks for sharing and creating a place where a lesson can be learned!

    Christopher Hopper · 5 Dec ’12 at 11:06 pm

    You’re most welcome. Honored it can be a continued well for you to draw from.

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