“Do all the good you can, in all the ways you can, to all the souls you can, in every place you can, at all the times you can, with all the zeal you can, as long as ever you can.”- John Wesley

In today’s hurried world, reflection becomes scarce while action becomes an instant reaction as people value productivity, often unconsciously neglecting quality. Reflection drives excellence that produces quality and quality creates impact. And the quality of our life is made up of small decisions we do each day.

Robin Williams from one of my favorite movies "Patch Adams"
Robin Williams from one of my favorite movies “Patch Adams”

Here are few ways we can do good each day:

1.)   Pray and reflect on the Bible daily as a spiritual discipline.

2.)   Do something good at home. That will make you feel good and jumpstart other good deeds outside.

3.)   Good deeds start with you so think positive and let it drive your self-talk daily.

4.)   Spread some love and inspiration via text through your cellphone.

5.)   When online, share great quotes, Bible verses, or helpful articles in your Facebook wall or Twitter posts. Don’t waste the chance to be a blessing.

6.)   Reply with positivity in the texts, emails that are sent to you and comments on your Facebook.

7.)   Be intentional in your relationships to find ways in helping people.

8.)   Is someone you love celebrating their birthday or other special events? Lead a surprise party for them. Or surprise them with a gift they’ll surely love.

We only have one life to live so we better live it well. I want to live my life to the full so I do my best to make the most of each day. Try these and people will remember you well then see how it all comes back to you tenfold!


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