- The election is over and the decision has been made. Now is not the time to go around bashing the leader of our country or degrading people who have shown their support for him. Regardless of who you voted for, at the end of the day we all live in the same country founded on the same freedoms and no one has the right to belittle anyone else for expressing their views. Everyone has an opinion on everything and some people are a bit more apt to share their opinion if given the chance and they have the right to do that. You also have the right to not listen or not read it.
- Instead of complaining about the state of the country or what you believe the state of the country will be in four years how about helping someone else? I can promise you that in taking the time to volunteer to help those who are in pain or in need they will open your eyes to what's important in this life. Try talking to parents who have lost a child or an older man that is letting go of his wife of 60 years as her body begins to fail. There are some life lessons to be gleaned from these people: it's the who not the what that matters in the end.
- Be thankful for who you are, what you have been blessed with, and the trials that you have been through and lived to tell about. No matter what you are going through there is always something to be grateful for.
No questions today but a request: do something nice for a stranger.