Observe and Consider Well


Observe and Consider Well

Observe and Consider Well

No matter how we attempt to live our lives on the platform of social media, Facebook or whatever, our habits will always leak out in some form.

As I thought about this CONCEPT, I thought about a scripture in a book called Proverbs in the 24th chapter at verse 30 through 32.

It says…

30  I went by the field of the slothful, and by the vineyard of the man void of understanding;

31  And, lo, it was all grown over with thorns, and nettles had covered the face thereof, and the stone wall thereof was broken down.

32  Then I saw, and considered it well: I looked upon it, and received instruction.

We all go by the field or the environment of the lazy and we go by the field or the environment of the diligent, and most often we are not carefully observing and more importantly considering what we are seeing.

When you go by a man’s house or his Facebook page, who is void of understanding, you’ll notice things that you can observe and consider, and consider it well. We also can receive instructions from these things. Watching other people, their behavior, and then their results is some of the best education you can find and take.

We receive instructions from people on how they dress and keep their Facebook pages, their Twitter pages, and how they behave on social media. Social media is often a “spruced up” reflection of who they really are. I bid you to observe and considered even your own self.

How do you use Facebook and social media?

Best Compensation is Doing More?

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How Do You Live with Someone Who is Going to Die?


This was a random thought for our Thursday Podcast; I was watching a movie and there was a scene where a lady came down with a terminal disease and was prognosed to live 3 to 6 months. Immediately, everyone around her began to treat her differently and this prompted me to talk about it here on this podcast.

How do you live with someone who is going to die? The question is a bit trickier than it appears because we’re all slated to die at some point (statistically speaking), but those who are giving a sentence based on a prognosis are mentally cheated because they become aware of a deadline given to them by their doctors or by statistics by others who suffered the same illness.

I encourage you to listen to the podcast and if you can leave a comment. To leave comments, for now, you will have to log into your Facebook account. If you don’t have a Facebook account, send in an email and we’ll deal with it that way. Thanks for tuning in, God bless!

Due Daniels

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