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On Doing What is Right

As I post this blog, I am in Casper, Wyoming, admiring the snow on the hills around the city. Beautiful.

I thought I best make a post so folks will know I am still doing this site. Here’s a good thought from Paul Williams about the value of doing the right thing. I could go on and on about it, but the right thing in just about all situations is fairly obvious. The question becomes: “Do we want to do it, especially when it costs up something.”

James Sutton, Psychologlist, www.docspeak.com

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“Nothing is more important than  doing what is right. That is so absurdly obvious that most people pay no attention to it. Most people seem to think that what is obvious is
beneath them. They pass up truth in favor of something more
intellectually stimulating.” — Paul Williams from Das Energi

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October 19, 2006 - Posted by | Counselors, Educators, Inspirational, Parents, Self-esteem

1 Comment »

  1. I work for the SW YMCA in CA. My budget has been slashed. Try spending 40 dollars on art supplies in one month. If you go over this amount – you eat into the the food budget which is only .40 cents per child. (20 kids)

    I’d say if you splurge once a month on food – to help pick up the childs spirits. Do it!! (For example: take him or her out someplace that they want to go to – these special moments is something they’ll cheerish) PS>> Forget the bills – there’ll always be bills – children don’t last forever.

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    Comment by Darcy Freeman | November 15, 2006 | Reply


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