Letters Have Powers

One of the most difficult things in life is to have to come to grips with the fact that we can not change everything in our own time. We must allow time to run its course for some things to change. This is undoubtedly just the way it is. We must push ourselves however to continue to develop the character necessary to be patient and consistent.  This is especially true in the times and seasons when it feels as if no one else is concerned about the ideas for which we are passionate about.

It is these times that the true test of our motive is put on display. Yep, motives play a huge role in the development of our ideas. People can sense and discern an ill-will person miles away. Keeping motives pure is essential to our success. I believe right motives lead to good success. For me, the intersection of my entrepreneurial dreams and my work in the faith community hast been a difficult to understand. Largely due to the fact that there is no fruit to show of my efforts since retirement. Neither of which seem to have prospered much thus far. At least not the way I had hoped that they would by now.

I must continue to push to see them come to pass. Hopefully, over the next 90 days through my re- peat of the BlogX journey I will have a more clear path and fore sight to development of these platforms in my life.

Blogging through this will be fun!

There are two main goals over the next 90 days:

1. Build a vibrant, commenting community here. I included “commenting” because it doesn’t do any good to have blog posts without conversations around the content.

2.  Launch a ________ that is sustainable.

I hope that you enjoy the ride with me.

 

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