Evil thrives when good people do nothing!

Make Excellence a Habit The righteous man walks in integrity. Integrity is defined as “a firm adherence to a code or standard of values, soundness.” People of integrity are committed to a life of excellence – seeking to be better or to go beyond what is normally expected of them. Having integrity means you do the right thing even when no-body is looking……and you keep your word even if it costs you something. Seek Wisdom If things seem so complicated that we no longer are able to enjoy life as it was intended, it’s time to seek more wisdom. In all things we need to acknowledge and seek understanding of others, use wisdom, and make the best decisions you know how to make. Through a simple prayer from wherever you are, you can ask for wisdom about any situation you face. Before you commit to participating in certain activities, buying things, or being involved with other people, check with your heavenly father. If you have peace about it, then proceed. But if you don’t feel right about it, wait. Seek wisdom and make decisions based on what you sense in your report. Then move forward, believing that the universe will bless you because you acknowledge him / her in your decisions. Joyce Meyer / Starting your day Right – Ending your day Right...

Graffiti symptom of our decline?

OUR SAY – Nambour News, Thursday May 12, 2016 sunshinecoastdaily.com.au Parenting ??? Last week i spoke with a gentleman cleaning yet another area with graffiti. As a parent myself and a previous volunteer and teacher-aide of Education Qld, you get to hear many stories of the community complaining about the youth of today. I shared a story with him about a student calling me a b–ch in class, this remark was made after I gave the student an instruction. The HOY ( Head of Year) was at wits end as what to do as the student had already been suspended several times and this process had no impact on the change of his behaviour. I asked what the parent had said when told of the incident, she quoted his words, “what’s the problem, that’s how we talk at home”. Our children grow up learning from us as parents, along with those we associate with, those who are role models such as sporting stars, politicians, religious leaders etc. I believe our role as a parent ends the day we die. As a society we are suppose to protect the young, the elderly and the disabled? I ask you this question today, do you think we are? My answer is no, based on domestic violence and family violence climbing, more homelessness, more suicides, more mental illnesses, more obesity and more people seeking help from services because they can no longer cope with day-to-day living. Since 2013 when i launched & funded a free service 1800MUMMYS, I have been trying to liaise with local, state & federal politicians with the above concerns and...