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Judging by the title you might have expected some type of erotic post-negative. Something worse…an unfulfilled life. But with the less than complete life comes poverty. Don’t believe it? Continue reading.
The goal of DewittRobinson.com is to inspire and equip my generation. Perhaps that’s why many of my blog posts are filed in the “motivation” category.
Yesterdays post probably ignited me more than anyone. Fence hugging is dangerous and very contagious if you think too long about what you think you should be doing and associating too closely with people that don’t desire better for themselves and their family.
This scripture came to mind earlier today as I thought complacency. It’s found in Proverbs…
30-34 One day I walked by the field of an old lazybones,
and then passed the vineyard of a lout;
They were overgrown with weeds,
thick with thistles, all the fences broken down.
I took a long look and pondered what I saw;
the fields preached me a sermon and I listened:
“A nap here, a nap there, a day off here, a day off there,
sit back, take it easy—do you know what comes next?
Just this: You can look forward to a dirt-poor life,
with poverty as your permanent houseguest!” (Proverbs 24:30, The Message)