Tag: wisdom

Remembering What God Wants!

“Discipline is remembering what you want,” said David Campbell, the founder of Saks Fifth Avenue. We quickly and easily forget what we want because we live in a world of options, distractions, and choices of endless variety. We bounce around from choice to choice and option to option, sampling much but savoring little. We feel […]

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Think About It

You are only young once. You can be immature forever. Growing older does not mean you are growing up. Aging is mandatory. Improving takes work. Some people have 30 years of experience. Others have 1 year of experience 30 times. Life is hard. Being dumb makes it harder. That’s Will Rogers for you. So, in […]

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Wisdom Bytes

Wisdom. Proverbs 4:5-7 tells us how important wisdom is. Get wisdom, get understanding. Do not forsake wisdom. The beginning of wisdom is this – get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding. Here are several byte-size pieces of wisdom for you about proactively avoiding problems. Avoid problems so you won’t have to solve […]

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There Are No Shortcuts

Sometimes I wish there were, but there aren’t. At least not shortcuts to anything that matters. The pathway to all good things, the road to success, the journey to excellence–all take time, hard work, challenges that push you, problems that stretch you, difficulties that shape your character, and trials that make the final result even […]

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