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Do What You Preach and Other Inspiring Acts

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Spreading the “Good News,” preaching what is right, counselling, and providing guidance to people from all walks of life. All of these are “good” things; and it is what everyone needs today to lessen the impact of world poverty, war, affliction, sickness, discrimination, and political abuse.

But remember, all talk without responsible action is more detrimental than doing nothing at all. Why? Because if you are not going to “walk the walk,” then all you do is bring up false hopes and empty promises! Failing people’s expectations makes them lose hope and increase despair. Despair is a trigger to commit wrongful acts because of immediate needs; which in turn, lead to more conflict.

Not to pinpoint politicians in time of election, or even persons of authority, but make sure that if you plan to do goodwill (or promise assistance) to others --- do it because it comes from the heart and it is what’s best, and not just a means to an end.
Inspiring people to do good and what is right can be the foundation of change. And words, in all their simplicity and intricate meanings, can easily be the catalyst that will drive people to care and do more for others rather than petty self-interests.
Here are some “words of wisdom” that has spanned the ages. Some of them you may already know from past experiences; while others might be new and would be good food for thought.
A TAKE ON LIFE’S STRUGGLES: Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one.” - Bruce Lee
TRAVELLING AT YOUR OWN PACE: It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.“ - Confucius
GROWTH AMIDST CHALLENGES: Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” - Joshua J. Marine

PATIENCE IS KEY TO SUCCESS: Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.“ - Lao Tzu
APPRECIATE THE SMALL JOYS OF LIFE: Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.“ - Robert Brault








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