Balanced Schooling

Really! It’s time to get school clothes. By now you have realized hat I have a daughter. She, my husband and I decided to go to the mall during the busiest time o the school season, Labor Day weekend. I made the compromise that we could go to the mall instead of the big retail stores, but it had to be the biggest mall ever. I need to get my walk in. The compromise was made.

There is something about this time of season, the start of school. It allows us to really think about our purpose and how we have been educated. Education is a two fold process: (1) home and (2) public school.

I’ll reflect with home for this message. At home we are to provide the foundation for our children, manners, basics of finances, food choices, and faith.

Also, at home the parents provide scholastic foundation and enhance what you have been taught at school, too! From these lessons, we can take notes of what we have learned and how we can improve. For example, I love what I do for a living. There is so much joy in it, however, living a balanced life is best. This was learned from watching my mother and father. They participated in many activities outside of their place if employment with clubs and organizations and helped the community being on homeowners committees.

Balancing is the way if life and it is hard to do, but other activities creates that wholesome person that we are to be.

If you have not done so yet, it’s time to get schooled on the things you know aren’t balanced and take the lessons learned from your past and recognize your gift the way you are supposed to.

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© 2013 Jewel Williams

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