Wednesday, July 19, 2017
It's not all problems
I don't know about anyone else, but when I look away from stuff that is defined screechingly as "a terrible problem!" I can't help but notice that there are cool, wonderful things everywhere.
I see the bad stuff, Ireally do, but I don't see as much as many of my fellows seem to, perhaps because, a) I throwed away the tee-vee, and, b) because I look at the cool, wonderful stuff too.
Here's words to the hymn that the little girl sings in the video.
It's a Mormon hymn, published in 1961 by Clara W. McMaster (1904-1997).
Yes, there are problems in the world, but it's not all problems.
There is beauty and wonder and delight just about everywhere you care to look.
You have to look though.
Question. Is it better to try to force others to behave in a certain way, or to concentrate on developing, understanding, and behaving according to certain principles?
"Nother question. So you've "done your part." Are you done?