So God Made A Wrestler
And on His hardest work day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said I need to make the best teenager - So God made a Wrestler
God said I need to make a teenager that adults will be proud of. One that will show that teens are not bad, but can be hard working young adults – so God made a wrestler.
I need a teenager who is willing to work hard in school and to stay afterschool for 3 hours or more and continue to work. And even though they are not adults, I need a teenager that adults, parents, teachers, coaches and friends can look up to – so God made a wrestler.
God said I need someone who can cry and yet be strong, who can be competitive and compassionate in a 6 minute period of time. I need someone who can face adversity and not be afraid to fail, and if they fail they will not run away, but work even harder. I don’t care how big you are, I care how big your heart is – so God made a wrestler
God had to have someone who is not afraid to battle another young adult and win and yet take time to show your opponent how to be a winner. So God made a wrestler
God said I need someone strong enough to show others that hard work equals success, but gentle enough to show a young child how to learn a new skill. It had to be someone who understands that there is no short cut to success, there is no express lane to your goals, that if it is worth having it is worth sacrificing. That being a leader means you will need to blaze the trail and not follow others or take the easy way out – so God made a wrestler.