​​An Autobiography:
By author
Robert Lamar Durland, Sr.

  Every day as the author of Time Never Stops, I Am A Survivor considers the lives of those struggling, he sees the reflection of his life. Through his sincere desire to share and support others, who are struggling and suffering as he once did, he gives God the honor and glory. Also, through God's glory, he simultaneously recognizes the value of understanding mental disorders, including addictions, and learned behaviors. So many individuals do not appreciate that these things are not mutually exclusive. They think people who struggle with addictive disorders cannot be earnestly trying to walk in God's will. The author disagrees with this and believes God can help the person in recovery, in part, by improving their brain. He hopes we all have continued opportunities to share our life stories toward helping His children throughout the world — the author prays for all that voluntarily share their life struggles, their daily success, and how God's timing was perfect.

Time is much more valuable than money because you can use your time to make money, but you can’t use the funds to purchase more time. Time is the great equalizer. Each day has only 24 hours; nobody has any more than anyone else. Everyone, from poets to presidents, fills those hours, one after the other, until they are all filled up.
In aid of:
Trident Head Injury Support Group
​Robert Durland, Sr.

Weathering Life's Storms Together
Trident Breeze Group of the South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association
Barbara Delia, Breeze Group Leader
Think First of South Carolina
Bonnie Muntz-Pope, BSN, RN
State Director and Trainer