Nothing to do with distilling
- Sorry folks for posting this! But when I received this it made me
feel very humble and grateful for my own particular lot in life.
I have a chance to say something, anything I want, to two-hundred
thousand people. What would you say if you were in my shoes right
Let me start by saying I'm a 35 year old guy in Austin, Texas USA who
just had a birthday one week ago. I sit on the back porch alone
thinking about what to say. I've been alone in my life for about six
months. My wife and daughter gone now what seems an eternity. So,
what would a guy like me say? Should I talk about all the terrorism
or what happened on September 11th? Or how about what has caused the
attacks in the first place: Each of us with our very own beliefs.
Does it really matter what we each call our God? Is it possible to
agree that there is a Higher Authority or Being either within or
outside of our selves and just leave it at that?
If you as a person have a belief within your own life in some kind of
higher power - that's what counts! It is that belief, however
meager, that gives Natural Law life. It is that belief that gives
you the energy to do things in your life. When you have strong
beliefs you do strong things, when you have weak beliefs you do
little or nothing.
No matter what spiritual beliefs you may hold, each of them have
several basic ideas in common, and most all of them will boil down to:
1. Simply respect each other,
2. not only value, but combine each others differences, and
3. let our life be a reflection of what we believe and not of what
others would have us to be.
I guess if it were all really this simple we would already be doing
it, huh. Look, I managed to find something to say after all.
This is my hope for your life: Believe strongly!
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