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Leaders and Troubles - Hope or No Hope!

by Tom James on 03/06/20


It seems that there are always enough troubles, worries, pain, evil, suffering, and tragedy!

Now there are two ways we can go about dealing with them:
As non-persons
Who believe there is no supreme being and we are all merely animals with no eternal destiny. 

OR!

Persons
Who are all given the same soul and the same job - turning our life's work which is that of giving ourselves to Gods work and helping others do the same! ( As Leaders!)

SO!

Troubles (etc.) and dealing with them [hopefully together] with them by being filled with hope and a "let's fix" attitude.

OR!

If we have no faith, then we are filled with despair, sadness, alcohol, using others, self pity, and various forms of suicide.

The big gift given to us by the Supreme Being is Joy by finding meaning in troubles! The Joy of shared: challenges, successes or failures, friendship, love, and God's blessing and support that is always given when we ask for it! [Prayer]

Leaders:
- Have hope!
- Teach hope!
- Give hope!
- Be joyful in your work!
- and so important, be always looking for and developing future, Hope-filled, Person Leaders.

and 

Pray!

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