Monday, August 20, 2012

GRATITUDE - August 20, 2012


Today is the first day of High School for my daughter.  She is an extraordinary person.  Smart, talented, kind, friendly....I have expectations of an extraordinary life for her.

My sons are smart, talented, kind and best of all, good people you would want to call a friend.

Some say that monetary wealth is the measure of success in today's society.  I contend that it isn't even close to the best standards of success.  How you live your life, how you treat your family, how you interact with your friends, how you treat small animals, and those less fortunate than you, how you contribute to  society, how you value yourself and how much happiness you feel and share...all are worth more than gold.

Having money does not make you wealthy.  Overcoming disadvantages and hardships are within everyone's grasp.  What is our excuse if we don't have any?

"It is never too late to be the person you were meant to be."

Ordinary People doing Extraordinary things


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