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The heresy of one age becomes the orthodoxy of the next.
-- Helen Keller


Thursday, March 26, 2015


Commitment is not a burden when you are committed to what really matters. Strenuous, complicated effort is not a burden when it furthers the interest of what’s important to you.

In fact, commitment, and all the things necessary to support that commitment, can be immensely empowering. Commitment gives you something to live for, and the value of that is immeasurable.

Commitment is not something to be taken lightly. Yet it is not something to be avoided, either.

Commit yourself to what you care about. Commit yourself to those you love.

Commit yourself, and you have a good, undeniable reason to get up in the morning, every morning. Commit yourself, and you have a solid platform from which to make real, meaningful progress in life.

Be sure of whom or what you’re committing to, and then be relentless in supporting that commitment. Make the commitment, and make real richness in this world.

— Ralph Marston

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