Sunday, October 22, 2023

Be An Inspiration!




I am the change I want to see in my family and in the world.

I treat others as I want to be treated and give my best.

I take impeccable care of my life, my relationships and my home and work.

I teach with my thoughts, my words and my activities.

Be An Example!

We all are teaching others with our thoughts and words and behavior.

Are we teaching what we want our children to learn?

Are we showing our neighbors and friends what we want to see?

Are we leading the way at home and work everyday?

Every complaint we have is our reminder of what we want to do differently.

Every wish is for us to demonstrate on the highways and in our phone conversations.

Every way we talk with our children shows them how to talk with their friends and teachers.

Every phone call or text is our way of teaching others to treat themselves and others too.

Are you living what you want to be the way others see you and treat you?

I believe most are following someone else’s example, instead of being an ideal role model ourselves.

We must stop blaming and threatening and treating others with disrespect and fear.

We can be the change we want to see and be.

Our children see and hear too much violence.

Our children hear swearing and bullying.

Our children feel fearful and unloved.

Our families have forgotten to respect and help one another first.

There is good news in treating ourselves with respect.

There is good ideals in treating others with respect.

There is good support in taking care of our families first.

There is good outcomes in giving our best to those we care for.

Punishment and threats usually leads to resistance and residivism.

Praise and appreciation usually lead to compliance and helpfulness.

Everyone needs to learn the values that work in our culture.

We all need to be carefully taught to do no harm to one another.

When we feel safe, we tend to be helpful to others.

When we feel harmed, we tend to fear and hurt ourselves and others.

When we feel respected, we tend to interact respectfully.

When we feel loved, we learn to be loving.

Now is time to clean up our act and give our best.

We can make the difference everywhere with everyone.

Loving and believing we can do it.

Betty Lue