Friday, May 19, 2006

Make A Difference

You make a difference. I make a difference.

Everyone makes a difference. The choice you and I have is to whether we want to make a positive difference or a negative one.

The question isn’t, “Did you make a difference today?”

But rather, “What kind of difference are you making?”

Have you made a positive or a negative difference at home, at school or at work?

Are you writing a resume or authoring a legacy?

What You’ve Accomplished
The Money You’ve Made
The Impression You Leave
Self Improvement

What You’ve Contributed
The Difference You’ve Made
The Impact You Have
Helping to Improve Others

What would you rather leave behind? What fits better on a headstone? Do you ever ask yourself, "What will be my legacy?"

Again, it isn't whether you'll leave a legacy — you undoubtedly will — it is "What will the legacy be?"

Commit to adding value to others every day and living a legacy worth leaving. The power of a life well-lived, a life devoted to Christ, is that the returns keep coming and coming even after we're gone. That's the life I want to live, the legacy I want to leave. How about you?

Galatians 6:2-3
Share each other's burdens, and in this way obey the law of Christ. If you think you are too important to help someone, you are only fooling yourself. You are not that important.


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