What are you an example of:
You’re an example of good behavior for anyone that observe you, to include your children, your mother, your father, your brother, your sister, you girlfriend, your wife your in-laws, your church, any other human being that may be observing you and you don’t even know it.
Why Be the Example:
One will not judge of others when one is in action, one will not ask of others the things the he or she has not done or never have done or will not do. One that lives the example does not need to prove his person to others. One that lives the example does not feel that he has to prove that he is worthy of anything to others. One that lives the example lives within his or her parameters and often times will have a higher expatiation of his or herself than others will have of him or herself.
Living the Example:
This means that you have developed a system of individual character of yourself that ensures that your acts or actions do not harm any other. This means that you are living for your individual purpose and your individual purpose is within the confines of the laws of man, the laws of theology, and the laws of human value.
There are so many hypocritical people on earth, all of which, tend to make a extreme effort to prove to others that they are smart, good at something, or have great value to others. The Reality is, you are the person who you should value. Living within your parameters will ensure that you don’t need anyone to do anything for you.
Read anything and all things that will allow you to be able to make good decisions on any and all subjects that affect your life. No one person has to be a expert at any one thing because there are already so many experts out there willing to give you enough information to make a good decision on any subject that affects your life, so, read on many subjects and not totally on one subject. Be the Example for your children, your immediate family and for your person.
Felton M Batiste jr.