Gravity’s lesson on influence (watch your environment)

by Life-Engineering on January 25, 2011 · 0 comments

I’ve moved this post to my new Life-Engineering blog, dedicated to motivating people to achieve their goals and change their futures by taking control of their lives.

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1 bev47 March 7, 2008 at 6:07 PM

I got my tax refund today the largest one I have ever gotten and my wife and I will be giving a big chunk of it away. Even though a change in my job situation has me as I say semi retired at 40. I believe God controls all things and if I am faithful to his principles he will be faithful to me.

God Bless


2 rplee March 8, 2008 at 12:33 AM

Rusty, I have read many of your posts and have enjoyed them all, you are doing a great job and have a great talent for incorporating our so called “Real” life into our “Religious” lives. This particular post however rings ever true to my heart and I couldnt resist commenting on it.

I can declare that this principle is one of the great truths that we as individuals need to learn if we are to increase in spiritual streangth. I know that we have great youth in our world who are strong and couragous in many facets of life, however all too many of them dont understand the basic principle you have outlined here. In an nutshell, you either are, or you will become like those with whom you associate.

Thanks for presenting this one.


3 Rusty Lindquist March 8, 2008 at 9:53 PM

bev47 – thanks for commenting, and thanks for being generous with your resources. I’m convinced that generosity brings us closer to God then most else. I agree with your assessment as well – he’s quick to reciprocate whatever good we’re willing to do.

rplee, I’m glad you’ve enjoyed my posts. I’ve just been having a lot of fun finding something new to ramble on about each day. I agree with you too, the impact of our environment, and our ability to direct our future by controling our environment is something not taught enough, and poorly understood.


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