Every time you cross my mind, I break out in exclamations of thanks to God. Each exclamation is a trigger to prayer. I find myself praying for you with a glad heart. Philippians 1:3 & 4,
John Barth an American novelist says; “Everyone is necessarily the hero of his own life story.” When I read this I thought, “me a hero?” But then as I began to ponder that question I thought of the many ordinary people in my life that I consider to be my heroes. These people do not and would not have thought of themselves as heroes either- There is my mom and dad who from a very young age both worked hard with other adults in their families just to help put food on their tables. My mom married my dad at the very young age of 15 and had three children before the age of 20 and they still managed to raise us all to embrace all the joys of childhood that they never really had. My grandparents also are heroes to me as well as my spiritual mother who passed away a few years ago. I could go on and on and I am sure you are thinking our your hero list right now too.
You see we are making a difference in someone’s life and perhaps will even be on someone’s hero list one day. This makes me want to live each day to the fullest, setting a good example by how I walk out my life, giving encouragement and unconditional love to all.
What about you?
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Signature Consulting Service, LLC