We are in The Innovation Age and thus we must:
· Innovate throughout humankind and its entities of all kinds.
· Seek wisdom and shun the negative values of selfishness, greed, envy, hate, and revenge.
· Grow our health in mind, body and “little piece of God.”
· Foster self-discipline and delayed gratification for ourselves and others.
· Develop life skills such as writing, financial literacy, reading worthy sources habitually, speaking in an articulate and non-profane manner, and more.
· As we seek wisdom through life experiences and other means we need to strengthen our wisdom-associated values: empathy, truth, honesty, justice, cooperation, peace, compassion, universal wellbeing, and creative and general knowledge.
· Develop a propensity for kindness based on the deep conviction that each of us and all of us has our “little piece of God.”
We can think of our lives as a brief episode between unknowns or we can realize through faith that our entrance and exit from this life are moments that only Almighty God understands. Someday in Heaven on Earth, I believe death will no longer be a reality just as I believe that eternal life awaits all of us after death, even now.
I believe deeply in God’s enduring and steadfast love. Is that a miracle or a foolish thought? I really think that the reality of eternity is much better than most of us envision.
My faith is something that I treasure and through my writing, perhaps I can help to impart a faith to others, especially within that “little piece of God” in them.
According to Harvey Cox, author and Presbyterian minister, there are three mysteries in life – ourselves, others and everything else. We must all accept the challenge to explorer these mysteries, honestly, truthfully, and persistently.