Thursday, October 26, 2006

One of the lessons we are trying to teach our children

As parents there are a lot of lessons we want our children to learn. Some lessons are more important than other lessons.

This came in from Dan Galvin's Thought For The Day:

Better to do something imperfectly
than to do nothing flawlessly.
-Robert Schuller
From the Masters
16 Oct 2006

I think it is one of the more important lessons.

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Anonymous said...

Dr. Schuller has been an extraordinary influence on me. Possibility Thinking is one of the most important guides for how I approach my life challenges, and there have been many. As a child, I was horribly burned and molested. As a new mother in my early 20s, I was inflicted with chronic Multiple Sclerosis capacitating my mobility. Through my faith and with the support of Possibility Thinking, I have created a life full of joy and purpose, turning my handicap into a powerful motivating force. Now I want to help spread awareness of Possibility Thinking. I created an adorable character doll named P.T. that comes with inspirational Heart Messages attached to P.T.'s sweatshirt. The messages help people live with Possibility Thinking. A second goal of P.T. is to raise money for MS and children's charities. You can see pictures of P.T. (and a personal thank you to Robert Schuller) on my website

Thank you Dr. Schuller!

Marlene Balbach