If you come in first when meant to be last…you lose! In God’s Race, ultimately everyone wins. He will not allow even one loser. This, I believe. TelegramTweetWhatsAppShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
This is truly an inspiring piece. It really spoke to me, I really Love the ending
Thank you…even the ‘other woman’ wins, I reckon.
Great life lessons. To me, this is really touching.
Glad that it resonates…we should live by God’s standards and not man’s, I reckon.
Peace, Eric 🙂
Wise words! Something we could all do well to read and remember every blessed day. Thanks a lot for this, and your site is inspiring! Keep polishing that pen 🙂
Thank you also for dropping into my blog, its much appreciated!
Much appreciate your visit and comments.
Pen polishing in process 🙂
All good wishes,
P/s Thank you for subscribing. I enjoyed my visit to your blog and plan to return.
I understand and you’re welcome, Eric 🙂
I am not religious, but I believe that there is truth in the fact that everyone wins a race or two in life, just some people win different races
You are right of course that we run and win many races…which all add up to the ultimate race that we’ll win.
All good wishes, Eric 🙂
I really enjoyed this!
Glad you did Abby. Thank you.
Your blog is filled with such thought provoking and inspiring words. Thank you so much for such a positive moment, actually many positive ones as I have been reading your work throughout your posts. Simply amazing and wonderful. I look forward to reading more.
Thank you for subscribing to my blog and leaving behind words of warmth – they mirror an encouraging and generous soul. All good wishes, Eric
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Thank you very much and welcome back, Eric 🙂
What a novel thought? Sometimes we are meant to be last in circumstances and should accept that. Striving for greatness is often accomplished by walking on the broken backs of others to gain our objective. In God’s planning we need to accept that we are all equal. Neither better nor worse than our peers.
“Striving for greatness is often accomplished by walking on the broken backs of others to gain our objective”
Oooh! What a brutal but truthfilled observation. Thank you for sharing…I’ll remember this, Eric
This, I too believe. Soothing piece. When life tests me, I’ll remember this. 🙂
We all can do with a lot less stress in our lives, I reckon.
I know this to be true, too. Thanks so much for your words.
Dear Peg, glad that you liked it. Cheers, Eric
This I believe too, young Eric. Well done. Love David
Thanks David. Peace, Eric
Thanks for liking my post. I think my musical style is successful in combining the worst of both the Country and the Blues traditions.
Thanks again for your Mike Leigh and other stories. I think I have copied or lifted something of your style or voice, as I’ve started a series of my own, the George Packard, retired schoolteacher, series – which I’ll start posting soon. The way you used the alterego voice inspired me to try it too.
All the best.
Country + Blues = something new, yes an eclectic mix.
Glad that Mechanic Leigh triggered something. I look forward to visiting to read the exploits of GP.
All good wishes, Eric
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