I’ve always been called Lucky Louie. It’s no mystery why.
I was raised to face any challenge.
Pain is that last quarter of a mile. You feel it, but when you’re through racing, your whole body just feels elated. So the pain is worth it.
God has given me so much. He expects so much out of me.
I was a rotten kid. My excitement came from seeing what I could get away with.
Even at my age, I’m trying to improve. Never give up, no matter what. Even if you get last place – finish.
God knew my needs and took care accordingly.
That’s one thing you learn in sports. You don’t give up; you fight to the finish.
Never give up, no matter what.
Every soldier should learn survival on land, sea, and in the air.
I ended up in the Army Air Corps in the Pacific, operating out of Ayuka field in Hawaii.
The great commandment is that we preach the gospel to every creature, but neither God nor the Bible says anything about forcing it down people’s throats.