The farther we come, the better we’ll be…

Posted: November 5, 2010 by David Brady in Uncategorized

Bear with me as this is my first attempt at a lame blog.

Upon completing a recent study on immigration to the United States during the Gilded Age, I began to think of how far we as a civilization have come. Do we realize it was only 100+ years ago that there was no indoor plumbing?  or the first cars were just being produced?  In a little over 100 years, great men have advanced us so far that you can talk to someone across the world via the World Wide Web. Wait, what even is the World Wide Web? what exactly is cyberspace? How was it created?   Oh I’m delving into the old school talking about the plain ol dial-up internet. How about Skype? Video chatting with your 3rd cousins best friend in Bangladesh?  Have you ever wondered what life was like before cell phones? Do you constantly tease  your parents for having no clue how to send a text message? If 2012 isn’t the end of the world, can you imagine what the world will be like in 2050?  Will anyone even remember the iphone or the android?

We could go on for quite sometime about memories from the past or what you think will become of the world, but the real question is, what are you doing to make your life count now? Do you waste everyday worrying about things you can’t control or do you live with the intensity and the desire to make your life count.  I think we all fall into the rut of living the “average joe” life when God has made us for much more.

The power to make your life count only lies within you. Dream big my friends and you will accomplish big.

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