I have been told, as far back as I can remember, that crime (evil)
pays and that good people always end up last. I know for a fact; goodness pays
and crime (evil) leads to an extremely turbulent life.
A friend of mine relayed the following story involving her eleven-year-old
daughter, Sarah (not her real name.) Sarah was one of a number of children who
were selected to be an extra in a movie. Sarah was very excited. She wanted to
look her best so she asked her mom (Rebecca – not her real name) if she could
get her hair and nails done. Of course, her mom said yes. So off to the salon
I don’t know how many of you remember Dr. Robert Schuller
who had an evangelist television show called The Hour of Power. He had built
his ministry up from nothing and had a cathedral that he built called the
Crystal Cathedral because it was all glass. The story I am about to tell you is
one that he told on his show years ago. The reason I’m telling it is because it
shows that when life gets really rough, you can let it break you or you can
embrace it and use it to accomplish great things.
My lady Linda (wife) and I are getting some much-needed rest and relaxation in the mountains of Massachusetts. We will be back to go full steam ahead next week. Some great possibilities are ahead. Keep us in your prayers.
As always we appreciate any comments and stories that you might have for us to share. Comment below or send us a message on the contact form of this website. See you next week!
August has been a wonderful month for us. We taught a class at the Kingston, NY Barnes & Noble on August 10th. We had 14 people and two young men that came to the class want to assist us with photography, video, and online work. We are thrilled for that assistance. We also met a group from the Sheldon Hill Residence at this class that invited us to their picnic. We really appreciate Savannah asking us to come back for a return engagement.
I have been told throughout
my life that people are bad and evil pays. However, my life has taught me
people are good and goodness pays. From time to time I am going to tell stories
about events which have taken place in my life that prove I am right; people
are good and goodness pays!
I could tell you many stories that are similar to this
story. As time goes on I will add more and more of this type of story to the
blog. Today’s story is a story I have started telling in my workshop/class to
bring awareness to what is truly important.
Have you taken a guess on how many M&M’s are in the jar so you can win a hardcover copy of You’re Amazing And I’ll Prove It!? There are only threedays left! The contest ends this Saturday, August 10, 2019 at our Barnes & Noble event at 4 p.m. You can guess by leaving a comment below or comment on Facebook or Twitter. Anyone who comes to Barnes & Noble will also be able to guess and at the end of the class we will announce the winner! So make a comment now or come to Barnes & Noble and have some fun with us, you just might be the winner!