It must always be borne in mind that gossip hurts. As you look for guidance from the Almighty it’s best to be obedient in life. In everything pursue wholeness, for it’s the basis of good health. Anyone doing these things will be blessed with a feeling of worthiness. When helping anyone there should be no strings attached. You should do so with an open mind, and let nothing disturb you. Remember to live a life free from fear and with goodness.
Be sure of yourself. Touch lives, and change them for the better with kindness. You shall then be creating a future of hope. Depend less on a competitive spirit, but on one that’s willing to share, and help others. With these goals good seeds sprout by nurturing. William Shakespeare (1564–1616), an English poet and playwright wrote, “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.”
The Earth College
“Our duty is to encourage everyone in his struggle to live up to his own highest ideal, and strive at the same time to make the ideal as near as possible to the Truth.” An Indian Hindu monk Swami Vivekananda (1863–1902) said. Pursuing the truth has to be an ideal in the Earth College. It’s often believed you get what you wish for. It’s therefore necessary to approach life with love. Everyone has at least one talent, and is like students attending the Earth College – Life. But some of us are handicapped. They may be born that way. Regardless of our status – whether able-bodied or handicapped, these are important lessons to learn, and it’s best to master them as early as you can. Do your best so that you don’t have to repeat your mistakes. That’s why we should share our ideals with those we meet. We must view everyone as friends on life’s journey.
People must live ethically by honoring their fellowmen and women. Be good Samaritans to the downtrodden and poor, for we’re all students on planet earth. Do not cheat, nor steal, but work diligently, and God will bless you. Let your goal be focused on serving and loving others. Show compassionate when illness and suffering come to members of your community. By pursuing what’s good this kindness should be your goal.
Love as a Bridge
Ellen G. White (1827–1915), an author, and Christian pioneer of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church wrote, “A Christian reveals true humility by showing the gentleness of Christ, by being always ready to help others, by speaking kind words and performing unselfish acts, which elevate and ennoble the most sacred message that has come to the world.” Many times love is like making baby steps. It’s best to take things slowly rather than not doing them at all. This is the hope from which people should drink. As people live, their pursuit of personal goals must be based on love. In doing daily chores our guardian angels are with us when we reach out to others. These help build a bridge to the lovable and unlovable alike. So remember to approach people with pure hearts, while wishing them all the best for what they are able to do. It’s John F. Kennedy (1917–1963), president of the United States who said, “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” These actions show the utmost promises of sowing fertile seeds eternally.