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At age 21, Jay Williams had a life that most people only dream of: He was a rookie player in the NBA with a lucrative contract with the Chicago Bulls and a promising future. Then, in 2003, it all came to an abrupt halt when Williams got into a near fatal motorcycle accident that ended his career <a href="">cheap mlb jerseys</a> and threatened his ability to walk again.

Suddenly, Williams found himself lost in more ways than one. Physically, his recovery was a struggle, and emotionally, the wounds ran deep. Basketball had been everything to Williams, but now he felt he had nothing. There were dark moments in the time after his accident including one in which Williams envisioned ending it all.

It was less than three months after Williams had been released from the hospital, and he had a rare moment alone in his apartment, as he <a href="">ray-ban sunglasses outlet</a> tells Oprah in the above video from "Super Soul Sunday."

"I grabbed the edge of the scissors with my pinky and I pulled it in," he says. "I remember sitting there just trying to take those blades and just pull them over my wrist over the tattoo that says 'believe' on my wrist, looking at it, saying, 'I <a href="">cheap nhl jerseys</a> don't believe in anything anymore.'"

"It was the constant support of the people who loved me that really pulled me through those dark times," he says. "I don't think it was until later, a couple of years later, until I started going <a href="">cheap jordan shoes</a> to counseling, started to try to go to church. I put my faith into something bigger and it was through my mother and my father helping me believe that [I was] left here for a purpose.".

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