Month: December 2011
As a society we must find ways to save money and provide for our families. We engage in a million things that we consider “important,” but we must save time and energy in order to spend quality time with our loved ones. At the end of the day, that is what matters. It is the time that will never be recovered. When the last scene of our lives take place, will we be happy and full with deep, meaningful memories; or will we be full of regret for the things we could have said and done and never did?
Editors Note: I would like to add one more. Should you like this article on Facebook, send to someone or give to a Leader to read you will be added to the blacklist and your future with the organization is toast!
In my mid-thirties, a pastor in Jacksonville, Florida told me that I had an “Old Soul.” I did not know if I were to say thank you or to feel insulted. However, I know that the pastor was trying to tell me that I had a maturity past my years of life. I am now in my mid-forties; I consider myself healthy and expect to die at an old age. However, I am already thinking about the future. I am already thinking about the young men and young women that will carry my program into the future.