Delving into the Supernatural

A lot of you spend a lot of your time looking into various self help programs. And ultimately, all of these programs will direct you back to the need for some type of higher power. If you are into Wicca, you may look to nature for your inspiration. If you are a budhist, you may think we are all coming back as another creature some day, and so you may look within and try to muster up the willpower to modify your behaviour.  If you belong to a group that is culturally religious,  you may look to your group for guidance, believing that God views your people as a whole, and not individually. Did I miss a group? Did I misrepresent what you believe? Forgive me if I have overgeneralized any of you with my limited knowledge of various belief systems. Where I actually was going with this was simply a logical point: Why not look to the very one who created

nature

The human will

and every race of people and their various groups

for divine guidance? Sometimes I think that in our systems we create in order to meet the creator, we overlook….the Creator

whether you love him or hate him, please pray for President Trump

Do you think Trump is awesome? He still needs your prayers. Do you think Trump is a sorry piece of garabage and evil person? You should pray for him. What would really happen if every friend and foe really, really prayed for their leaders?

How I Got 673 Comments on One Blog Post — The Art of Blogging

I found this  post to be a pretty good summation on how to get comments.

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Legend says that bloggers can even survive on comments if nothing else is available… But what to do when no one cares enough to leave even a simple comment? What if the feedback is non-existent? Would you like to know how to get the readers talking? How to turn this somewhat interesting notion of traffic […]

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An open letter to marketing consultants

One of the hardest things to do as Marketing Consultant is to let clients walk away because they don’t want to believe the truth.

If you are a marketing consultant, you have probably experienced this. Client x insists that they

are on the right path

have the winning product

own the coolest website ever.

Nothing you tell them changes their mind.

And now you have a choice.

How you handle this choice will determine your future.

It will affect your business, and your soul.

Those who make the wrong choice here, rarely return to the clear side.

“Every lawyer, at least once in every case, feels himself crossing a line that he doesn’t really mean to cross. It just happens, and if you cross it enough times it disappears forever. And then you’re nothing but another lawyer joke. Just another shark in the dirty water.”
MATT DAMON, representing the true life story of Rudy Baylor in “The Rain Maker”

In case you don’t know,the Rain Maker is a movie about a young attorney who’s been offered a chance to represent the vicitim of insurance fraud. It’s his very first case. After bumbling through the legal system while learning it in real time, Baylor wins the case for his client. He has trashed this huge insurance agency(true story,by the way). Baylor’s a hero! He has proven himself…and he will never be hungry again.

Except…for one thing; his integrity. He knows himself. And he has seen and felt “the line”.

Will he always tell the truth? Will he always be fair? Will he ever cross the line? He just doesn’t think he can do it.

When given a choice between keeping your character or your client, always choose your character….tell the truth

When Sharing’s not a good thing

I was sort of surprised when I heard that a lot of Churches were not holding services. I thought for sure that there would be a movement to attend, on  a mass level.

Surprisingly enough, a lot of famous preachers quoted this popular statement

“We’re here to spread the good news, not germs.”

Whatever you think about taking precautions, it appears that wearing a mask will soon become mandatory in America.

I’m not quite sure how I feel about that. I suppose if everyone was really practicing social distancing, masks might not be necessary.  But I see people doing there own thing all the time.  It seems like lately, I’m seeing a lot more traffic doing “essential business” now that the weather is nice. Just this week I saw at least three cars filled with people, the same age, driving around drunk (maybe they’re all quintuplets).  It’s getting harder to believe that all of these gatherings are with people who live in the same house. And just recently, I saw people congregating in a  church parking lot; and it wasn’t easter.

Maybe people are getting nervous, or feel that we’ve stayed inside long enough. One thing’s for sure; it would be tragic to think that anyone of us in the “feeling just fine” crowd, had a part in making someone sick (they say you can be a carrier, and not know it).

Tragically, that’s exactly what happened in a local nursing home– a nurse didn’t show up with a mask on, and died. And right after that, a bunch of residents died as well.

I think we can all agree, it’s better to be safe than sorry. If you don’t have a mask, you can make one for free here.