Who are you motivating? What do you do, daily, that motivates someone else to become their personal best.
My Dad, When I Was Young: I always knew Dad loved me, and us. I always knew he tried hard, and his best. The transitions of life were difficult. Hard at times. I can only imagine those major moves in life. Young, one of nine. Share cropper. Air Force. Deployed. Married. Kids. He never told…
But we realize, as we age, nothing stays the same. The world is constantly changing, and not always for the better. Laws. Rules. Politics. Technology. Restrictions.
This morning I woke thinking about the role I fulfill that is unique to my personality. I am not like other pastors, teachers, or writers. I have something to share, and enjoy the process. For the most part.
Maybe we need a free space to TRY something before we commit to ACCOMPLISHING something.
One looks young, ready to face the world. The other looks, well, older, and more contemplative of the world behind, and life before.
When you do not have the time to spend like others, then you must learn how to create zones and times in your daily life that gives you the necessary respite from your constant busy schedule.
I am glad for the time of memories stored for the future to be recalled…Pictures and finished drawings to keep us from forgetting what it’s like to remember the times of kids in the house.
A learner becomes a teacher
Every time they use
What was taught and exampled
And transfer it to another.
What would it be like if we all carried this view into the world around us? Shine as lights! Holding fast the word of life! Blameless! Harmless! Better still, why do we not do this with everyone we come in contact with?