The Most Beautiful Things in the World cannot be Seen or Touched. They must be Felt with the Heart! Helen Keller
Personal growth is not easy. But you can make many tiny changes each day that will make a difference in a big way. Many have discovered, little steps followed by little steps actually builds on itself.
Are you stuck and not sure what to do? Just keep moving forward one step at a time. And soon you’ll discover you have accomplished what you set out to do! – Darren Hardy
You probably said it every morning in school – the Pledge of Allegiance. In one Pennsylvania school it is followed by the words, “God Bless America!” That is until some atheists and agnostics decided to take action.
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There’s no one giant step that does it all. It’s a lot of little steps. Peter Cohen
Life is like a Marathon
When you train for a marathon, you don’t run the whole race the first practice. It’s a lot of little steps at first, with more and more added as your training continues.
Then over time, you’re running a quarter of a mile. A little more time passes and your running a mile. Overtime your completing the entire coarse!
The Drug-Free All Stars recently completed their annual event, Project Sticker Shock.
This year, the 57 Drug-Free All Stars visited 18 grocery and convenience stores throughout Angelina County to make the community aware of the dangers of underage drinking and the consequences of purchasing alcohol for minors.
Possible consequences for purchasing alcohol for minors include:
1. one year in jail,
2. a $4,000 fine,
3. a suspended driver’s license for 6 months.
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One kind word can change someones entire day!
No Act of Kindness is Ever Wasted: Jeremiah went to Walmart, and needed a little assistance with the self check-out option, the lady was very friendly, helpful, and sorted out the trouble with a smile. As he was leaving, He said, “You are the first person that has ever treated me with kindness & dignity, without being rude or condescending. Thank you for being a happy smiling face.” her reply, “You are the first person to ever say anything. I try to be nice to all my customers…”
We complain about rude people in customer service jobs, but maybe we can all be nicer to them first, and be actively kind & complimentary, affirming the type of manners & courtesy we’d like to see more of when it happens, instead of just grousing all the time about the bad experiences we’ve had. I’m trying to get better at this myself.