These days it’s hard out there. I don’t know about you, but it feels to me like there are a lot of really bad people out there. They make bad choices, they hurt others and just don’t seem to care. There are plenty of hand signals and four and seven letter words one could use to describe them. To put it nicely, it takes all kinds to make a world.
But there are also good people out there. Like really, really good people. And this I know. In the past few years I have met some pretty spectacularly amazing, inspiring people on my journeys. The kind of people who actually care. The kind of people who change your world. Even the world.
The thing is, we’re all human and we do make mistakes. All of us. Literally. We’re wired to sin. The Good Book explains it quite meticulously. It’s just some people choose to sin and others to not. Call it morals of whatever you want. It is decided by every single person, every day when they have to make a choice; good or bad. It’s not only the things we say or email to others, it’s also the things we think about when no one’s around.
With that said, I’m reaching out to you right now. Yes you, reading this right now. Don’t take the easy route. Don’t be half-assed. Make the right choice in every thing you do and think. You might just inspire someone else to do the right thing. Heck, you have already. You’ve just encouraged me to keep writing by coming to my site right now. So thank you.
I know this is unconventional. But different doesn’t have to be a bad thing.
And hey, if you’re not feeling yourself. A little sad, or even a lot sad, don’t beat yourself up. We all have those days where you feel like giving up. Before you do, here’s something that helps me keep me sane and life in perspective: The Bible aka the Good Book. Hey man, it’s living human history. If you’ve read up on the dinosaurs, a Pharaoh or anything war related, then you should have already read this. Time to catch up and keep trucking onward and upward ;)
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