As you all know, I don’t participate in may of the various pass it on blog things. You know, as in ‘do this and then have people do the same thing.’ One I don’t mind doing is the Three Quote Challenge. I’ve done it once before and I’ve been asked to do so again.
Susan Langer has asked me to join in this time. Many of you know Susan from her blog Susan’s Personal Blog where she enjoys doing various challenges and offers services to help other bloggers and writers.
I’ll give the rules and such at the end of my run of quotes. If you want to know them right now, click HERE to visit Susan’s post and quote. Do so anyway to support her blog.
My quote today:
“My flesh and my heart may fail,
but God is the strength of my heart
and my portion forever.”-Psalm 73:26
Asaph, Worship Leader for King David.
Lately, life seems to be throwing things my way to challenge me in my writing life.
- Where is the time for it?
- Do I take short cuts?
- Do I resort to the tricks and gimmicks to make things more successful?
- Do I devote even more time to blogging and writing than I do now?
- Do I compromise my beliefs and character for gain?
Those moments of challenge may come at you from any direction. Asaph was talking about looking around and see people of less than respectable practices seemingly prospering while those who lived on the straight and narrow path struggled.
Eventually, he figured it out. Although we see a visage of prosperity for a time in this person, in the long run, those who follow the right path, the right decisions will be more satisfied and happier because of how they have achieved what they have, and because of where they end up. We know we have not burned bridges or broken lives along the way. Our conscious and heart are clear.
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