Faith and Courage in Seattle

Russell Wilson at Seattle Childrens Hospital on February 3 2015Even for those of us who are not really football fans, there is a lot we can learn from the heart, teamwork, faith and courage of the Seattle Seahawks.  Life can be a lot like a football game with the struggle to advance, and the strategy and strength that is needed to achieve a goal.  We would like to go from one success to another, but the truth is that we often encounter adversity and do better the next time.  After the devastating loss in the Superbowl game on February 1st, Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson said, “Thank you God for the opportunity…we’ll be back…every setback has a major comeback.”

Less than 48 hours after the Superbowl, Russell Wilson went back to work at his “other job,” visiting patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital.  What’s really the most important?  We can appreciate and learn from Wilson’s example of showing faith and courage in all endeavors, and going forward to “what’s next” without regrets or recriminations.

About Wedgwood in Seattle History

Valarie is a volunteer history writer for northeast neighborhoods in Seattle, Washington.
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2 Responses to Faith and Courage in Seattle

  1. Orion T says:

    Russell Wilson is the classiest sports man of this generation. With him on our side, I am very proud to be part of the 12s!

  2. the man is a class act as is our team!

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