Make a difference in your life; reach out to others

Good Saturday Morning, Everyone;

Saturdays are an awesome time to share and be creative.

I sit here this morning with a blank page in front of me considering what might be the right words to write, the right feelings to express, what might make a difference in someone’s life today.

What’s in your story?

The notion crosses my mind that brokenness does not have to be in our story any longer. I ask you to answer a few questions:

What are you doing to change? What are you focusing on? What do you consider important in your life? How can you forget the tragedy in your past?

I realize the registry is part of what hinders you from moving forward as you’d like, but what can you do about it? Are you part of that problem? Are there steps you can take to improve your life?

Each morning you wake is a new opportunity to make a difference in your life and in the lives of others. As we travel down this crazy road, let’s consider what others are experiencing right at this very moment. When we think of others, we soon realize we don’t have it so bad. When we begin to see that each choice we make can change us and others, we start to see a way through.

As you make it through each passing day, try to reach out to someone less fortunate than yourself, and as you do, you’ll see the rewards start flowing in, you’ll see doors start to open and people starting to respond in a positive way, and before you know it, you’ll look back, and the story that was once broken is now forgotten and renewed.

There is nothing quite like a sunrise, especially from ten thousand feet. This image was captured in the late fall in the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. The valley was filled with rain, and as I emerged from the clouds, I was greeted with a pastel palette against the first snow of the year. The cloud inversion hovered below the majesty of the mountains, and I was renewed.

Have a wonderful day.

a guest writer

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