It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Chapter 5, Page 29, Book 19

Be strong, you never know who you are inspiring.

Author Unknown

May 29th -you never know who is watching

You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have.

Bob Marley

We never know who we affect.  Our influence might inspire others so its good advice to be the best we can be to ourselves and others.  

We never know who is watching and whether we know it or not, someone is always watching.  People will notice how we control our temper or how we don’t, how we compete, how we win, how we lose.  They notice how we respond to others needs; to their need for attention, to their need for a listener.  They noice how we act when we’re tired, when we’re under pressure, how we handle failure, how we handle our responsibilities, how we keep our promises.  

That’s why it is important to give everything our best, no matter the task at hand, and be all we can be.  Good deeds will not go unnoticed.  

Smile, you never know who is watching.

Author Unknown


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Sometimes when we are weak it is when we are the strongest...

jack69 said...

Lot of truth here. I have watched people's lives and their actions have impacted me. Some I told later, others went unsaid while they lived but 'gushed out' to their families at their death.
You said: Good deeds will not go unnoticed. ....... That dear lady is the gospel.
From a nice 'hot' day,
Sherry & jack

PS: I would bet that the corn in the Ohio fields is breaking through the earth for the sunshine!

NanaDiana said...

That is so true. We are always setting an example-sadly, sometimes it is a bad one! I try hard to be a good example to others but know I fall short sometimes. xo Diana

betty said...

So true someone is always watching even if we don't realize they are. And of course God is always watching us and we want to honor him with how we live. Smiling back at you, Ma!


Mevely317 said...

Powerful message, indeed! I'm thinking of little children watching their parents. But, too, like that old song they'd play at junior high sock hops … "The night has a thousand eyes."