Over the course of the last two months, I have found that in attempting to maintain a certain level of quality and quantity of content on this site that one will usually end up suffering at the hands of the other. As a result, I am weighing which is more beneficial to my readers, quality or quantity.
Many times in our lives, we commit actions that hurt others. Whether these actions are intentional or not, they all build up over time, creating an emotional debt in our own lives that can be a burden that can be even greater than the pain that we have caused someone else.
Life goals are important because they can be a great motivator. They can help us keep our dreams alive when we are unsure about how to make them a reality. Life goals give us a sense of purpose in life. We all need goals in our lives to keep us moving forward in life and to make the most out of our lives.
Whenever you start to question yourself, it often helps to seek a validation arrow: a message that confirms you are moving in the right direction. Without validation arrows, we may feel lost or unsure when we are already heading in the right direction, or we could end up moving forward in the wrong direction if we do not realize that we need to turn around.
Tennessee should allow wine sales in grocery stores, as the benefits of doing so would far outweigh the costs when looking at the big picture. Tennessee loses revenue every day due to Tennesseans crossing state lines to make wine purchases, and Tennesseans are greatly inconvenienced by the archaic state laws that govern alcohol sales.
There are several important reasons for celebrating at Christmastime. We should spend quality time with family and friends at Christmas. We also should help those that are less fortunate than ourselves. The most important reason for Christmas is to celebrate the birth of Christ. If not for Christ, we would have no reason for Christmas at all.
As much as we need to be responsible with how we spend money, we should give generously to charities that will wisely use the gifts it receives in good faith to help worthwhile causes. Whether we give our time or our money, the resources that we give to charity should be used responsibly.