One day in a game against the New York Giants, Cafego brought the ball upfield practically by himself. Just before the half ended, he broke away over left tackle. First one man hit him, then another, but Cafego kept going. Another man hit him and twisted him around, but Cafego kept going.
Finally, about five Giants ganged up on him. Still he plowed goalward. At last he started down, just as the timer's gun exploded.
"My soul!" shouted a spectator. "They had to shoot him to stop him!"
As George Cafego could not be stopped, so nothing should hinder us from accomplishing the things that mean so much to us. Whether it is being a friend in trying times, or striving to excellence in our work, or aiming for quality in our own character, nothing should get in our way.
Reprinted from Grace Drops, Volume II (2004).