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Saturday, November 08, 2008


I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.- John Locke, philosopher

I loved the last sentence. "Do one thing that would make your hero smile." What an awesome thing to be able to do. I myself try to live the way I feel and in a way that I will not be ashamed of others seeing me be. I live true to myself. I try not to be a hypocrite.

I've seen a lot of people lately that say one thing and do another. What is the point of this? Do they think that people just believe what they say and don't bother to look at what they do and how they live. What ever happened to "Actions speak louder than words"?

I would like everyone who reads this today to do something this week that would make their hero smile. Or better yet, be your own hero! Live true to yourself and do not have a false reality! Have a great day everyone!
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    You always get me to think. :)

    My thing is living my life in a way that lets me respect myself. Respect is important to me. The people in my life that I am close to are people I respect...their honesty, their integrity, their compassion.
    4545 days ago
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    Great idea......I am going to work on that this week......thanks, Ravon...JO
    4545 days ago
    Very inspirational.
    4545 days ago
  • no profile photo READY2INSPIRE
    Great inspirational blog! I too have a pet peeve about people telling me one thing then doing something different. It diminishes their credibility in my eyes and I have a difficult time trusting them in the future.

    Thanks for highlighting this today and reminding me to remain true to myself.
    Have a Great Weekend!
    4546 days ago
    Very well said. Words we should all strive to live by. Thanks for sharing this.
    4546 days ago
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