Did you know, education plays a huge role in our everyday lives? And did you know, there is no guarantee that education will completely prepare us for life? It’s the way we choose to live life, that educates us; in my opinion.
So; Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. Mahatma Gandhi
I believe the highest degree of education we can receive is not an Associate Degree, nor is it a Bachelor’s. It’s not a Masters or Doctorate; It contacts with others; a place where we can glean useful information to help mold our lives into knowledgeable works of art, complete and harmonious; coupled with some things we would rather forget.
If we were to measure the rate of our growth based on the information we have received, perhaps the first thing we should do is check into how we are dealing with old problems. Taking the time to make sure that they have been properly resolved by all involved, especially making peace with ourselves.
Sometimes we have to let go, but, if what we let go of is meant to be in our lives, it will present itself again at the appropriate time. I’m a firm believer in “What is for you is for you, Come Hell, or High Waters.”
We get a little more positive energy when we are caught between, a rock and a hard place, to the point that we have no choice but to get busy. There are some things that compel us to do all we can. And when we get there, for me, the magic starts. It’s time to make things happen,” enough is enough.”
You can start with what is necessary; then do what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible. Francis of Assisi
“It’s Something to Think About!”
Thank you, Lord, for keeping us in sound mind and body. In Jesus name we Pray. Amen
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