Martin Luther King once said: "Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase". Wow...how powerful is that statement? I think Martin Luther King was right on point, greatness can be acheived if we take the first step on faith. How do we decide to take the initial step in faith? There could be many different answers, but for myself it is two-fold. First, I have a faith that is built on a ROCK, a higher power and a person that will be there for us when all others leave! Secondly, I believe we must answer the following question: What is my why? Why do we do what we do? Why is it important to acheive the goal? When we begin to think about our why, we must be prepared for the answer we find. When we truly determine our why, then we must do everything in our power to live out that quest. You may wonder..."Mr. Jenkins, what is your why?" I can sum up my why in ONE word, "YOU"! You as one of my students, YOU as a parent of a student, YOU as a faculty member, YOU, YOU, YOU! I wake up every morning and my wish is to have a positive impact on YOU! PLEASE View the video: https://youtu.be/56Qu3MY5EnU
Wallace-Rose Hill High School
602 High School Road
Teachey, NC 28464
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