Sunday, January 1, 2012

Motive for 2012

Webster defines MOTIVE as something, like a need or desire, that causes a person to act. I pray that in 2012 each of us find motive. Motive to live, motive to laugh and motive to love. Motive to listen, motive to learn, motive to lead and motive to follow. But most of all, motive for others. For if we can learn to live for others, then we will live for God.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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