Aug 29 2012

Relationship

Eighty percent of life's satisfaction comes from meaningful relationships. Think about it...when you look back at the end of your life what will really matter?

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8/29/2012 6:59:33 AM
Bruce United States
Bruce
Do not let the world dictate who you will be or IF you will amount to something...   You will always be something when you have Jesus!  
Love the Morning Show!!
8/29/2012 7:56:30 AM
Laura Fenton United States
Laura Fenton
For me, I believe my marriage will be what is remembered. Twenty-two years ago I made my second greatest decision, second to accepting Christ, and married my best friend. Like Kankelfritz, there were many ups and downs through the years, but we stuck it out and had an AMAZING love and marriage. We were still like newlyweds all these years later! I lost my soul mate, the love of my life 2 months ago. It is only by God's grace that I am able to keep going. Cherish them while you can! Tomorrow is promised to no one!
8/29/2012 10:24:18 AM
Spencer United States
Spencer
Thanks! This is exactly what I needed to hear. Reminds you of what really matters in life...
8/30/2012 6:14:37 AM
Angie United States
Angie
For the last 3 years or so my husband has been working at a job where he works 60 to 72 hours every week and I myself work 55 hours most weeks.  We have two children, one 17 yr old son, Joe and an almost 13 yr old daughter, Megan.  This job of his couldn't have come at a better time in our lives.  It pays amazing and is guaranteed pay, unlike his last job where he was self employed and got paid when the job was done. With the country's economy in such poor shape we are so grateful to be able to pay our bills and feed our family every month.  But unfortunately this job will come to an end in a year or so and we have tried saving money but its next to impossible with a family to save anything.  But through God's help I know we will be fine and make the necessary adjustments to our life.  God has always been good to my family, we are certainly blessed.  Sure we've had our heartaches but with God by our side we have overcome.  I know that in life their are no guarantees of tomorrow. I lost my dad when I was 16 and he was only 45.  We all had a hard time with this but my mom was our rock, she sure is a wonderful and strong woman.  Without her I don't know what we would of done.  She is such a blessing still to this day I know what I would do without my mom.  Thank you God for all you have given me, Amen.
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