Tyler Perry: The Mogul Who Turned a Journal into Milk, Honey & Millionaire’s Money

(Part 2) Love & Happiness 2.0:
How Work-a-bees and Wannabees Took a Leap of Faith to Become VIPs.

Extra Word (Reflections for moving in the right direction.)
Your true calling reveals enough to you about spiritual things to make a difference in the world, and a lot about the world to be an example of spiritual things.

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Faith Attack (A probing question or insightful feedback from the “Purpose Posse.”)
Q: When you take a leap of faith how do you know it is God’s footsteps in the sand you’re following?
A: That’s like asking “when you’re hungry how do you know that you’re hungry?” Your stomach sends a signal to your brain. Your response of eating satisfies the physical urge. Similarly, your gut sends a signal to your spirit. Your response in taking a leap of faith satisfies the spiritual urge. As such, you make a spiritual connection to your true calling.

Wise Crack (A good laugh or timeless message that stirs the soul.)
Tom and Tim were in the same regiment in the army. They were inseparable friends and spent their evenings drinking together. After retirement, they went to different states and settled. However, they kept correspondence through letters and e-mails.

To keep the memory of their boozing bouts alive, Tom always filled two glasses with rum and water and sipped from each alternately!

When somebody asked him why he did so, he explained: ‘This glass is Tim’s; this one is mine. So I take a sip from each – one on behalf of Tim, the other for myself.’

Suddenly one evening Tom was seen with only one glass on his table. He was asked what had happened. 

He replied, ‘You see, I have given up drinking but Tim has written that he has not. So I have put away my glass and drink only on behalf of my friend.’

Source: TheHolidaySpot.com

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