You have a choice today... To be Kind or Cruel What do you choose?
Innovation and growth are present to disrupt the status quo.
We can learn on many levels and in multiple areas based on differences. The key for growth with differences is to harness newness and build on improvements. Seek out what can make differences work.
Innovate and create building on uniqueness because this is discovery. We are facing different right now. It’s time to think outside of the box.
There are many times we wait for tomorrow. It is not promised.
Yet we believe that change can happen, and we hope that tomorrow will happen today. Then, time passes. We grow older. Our expectations and wishes may come to fruition or the waiting game will continue.
As you read my words I'm sure you are waiting for the subject of this post. Every word that passes should take you to 'what is this all about'. If this is your thought, you have experienced the subject. It is about time. It is about our forevers which can be happening as we speak in real time.
I've been waiting for my kids to grow up. Waiting to get married. Waiting to attain that PhD., waiting for all my family problems to be solved. Waiting, waiting, waiting in motion. Doing what I believe is my part, but waiting for the more to come. I'm waiting to give that big donation, and waiting to go to do missionary work, waiting for everything to be in its perfect time. What is a perfect time?
We do not make forever, but we are blessed beyond what is measurable with today.
Make use of your today. Cherish your today, because in it you have found forever.
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