The oddly adorable video of a 5-year-old girl and her very protective German Shepherd practicing against “two bad guys” was posted by YouTube user DDRPROGSD1 who writes:
In this video you will see my daughter handling her GSD against 2 bad guys at the same time. You will see her dog engage the bad guy and as soon as the second one tries to reach for her… he lets go of the first one to engage the second bad guy. He doesn’t let either of the bad guys get to her. He doesn’t let either one place a single finger on her.
Nope, not a single finger came close.
But he’s also in touch with his emotions — a quality that has helped him create gripping, realistic characters in his books (the latest is “The Longest Ride,” his 18th novel). This week on HuffPost Live, host Nancy Redd asked him about why some men have a hard time finding meaning beyond the span of their influence and paycheck.
Sparks offered the advice he gives his children: The key to a fulfilled life is accepting yourself completely. If someone is unhappy with an aspect of themselves, it’s important to forgive themselves for it and make a real effort to change it.
“Once you do that, then you can open the doors to happiness no matter what, whether you’re successful or not,” Sparks said.
But no matter the hardships anyone faces, he said every person has at least one big reason to celebrate themselves.
“It comes down to the fact that you should like yourself because you are unique in the world,” he said. “Every person out there is the rarest of all diamonds, and if you can’t see that about yourself, no one else can.”
See the full interview with Nicholas Sparks at HuffPost Live HERE.
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