Hate belongs no where within this journey we all walk

” Blessed are you when people hate you and when they exclude you or insult you, denounce your name as evil, on account of the son of man. Behold your reward will be great in Heaven”.

***LK 6:22, 23b***

The son of man or otherwise known as Jesus Christ, when Jesus came and walked his journey with us, he never did so out of hate, he never even acted as if there was even any hatred as part of him, Jesus treated us all as equals and yes there are no two of us alike, so tell me who you are and I am welcoming you with open arms.

As calm and as beautiful as this picture is within Nature, is all that we could ever imagine of what to expect within Heaven. First we all have to drop all the hate, as this is what just may stop us from truly meeting Jesus within the beauty of Heaven. Jesus showed zero hate of anybody while he walked his journey here with us, hate comes from right here with us, as we are the ones that developed this hatred that is among us today. Socialism breeds hatred and the dividing of each one of us, against each other, even while the love of Jesus Christ is within the hearts and souls within us.

Hatred takes a lot of work everyday from each of us, as love is very natural and within us all and takes zero effort to spread it with all who is around us. Why this hatred has spread among us today, I really have no answer for this, because this is not truly of who we are and it is not of what Jesus taught us along his journey with us. I get the fact that we are all very diverse of each other, but this diversity should never be of what divides us so, we are all very unique to each other, which when we bring forward our uniqueness, then we can move forward better and stronger, out of the love of Jesus, with zero hatred anywhere along our paths.

When those among us call us names, hate on us, or simply exclude and insult us, only means one thing of those who do this, which is the fact that these Individuals have zero self esteem of themselves and have zero belief or faith in Jesus Christ our savior. If only these Individuals could have any faith in Jesus Christ, then there could be hope for us all as we walk our paths of this journey through life, so we all can be in the peace of God, with nothing but true happiness at every turn of the journey.

The love of God within us all will warm us so,

The belief and faith in Jesus will give us much hope,

As we all search for the entrance of the pearly gates to Heaven,

Let us forever end the hate, to share the love that is within us all.

” Hate is the ugliness that surrounds us today, love will always turn the ugliness into great beauty”

” Socialism is nothing but hatred and division and is truly of who we are not”

” Love is within us all with great beauty and warmth as through love there will never be any hatred”

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True Leadership qualities……

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What makes a great Leader? We all tend to link being a leader with power and control, we get caught up in the mix that, Leader’s have to be in high positions, like, the President of a country, a CEO of a corporate company, or maybe an Owner of a sports team to name a few. Some of the greatest Leaders do so quietly with no fan fare, or looking for any kind or recognition.

Everybody has their own kind of Leadership ways, just that we don’t give ourselves enough credit for the way we Lead, we also don’t tap into our souls enough and try to find a Leadership role that best suits ourselves. Not all of us are suited to be a true leader and not all of us can be a Leader, as in the old saying, ” to many chiefs spoil the tribe” or ” to many Chef’s ruin the soup”. You don’t find a true Leader, as True Leader’s simply rise to the role with their actions and not their words.

Look at a guy like Tom Brady, the best Quarter Back in the history of the NFL. He doesn’t look to be more powerful or above the rest of his Teammates, he just shows up in practice and works hard each and every day, then executes that hard work on Game day. He shows his Leadership on the field, while he brings his team into the lead, to move forward with a “W” in the win column. All his Teammates adore him, cause he is so humble and approachable by all. Tom also gives advice to his Teammates, instead of saying ” do it this way or you won’t touch the football”. Okay it is true you may see him loud and yelling on the side lines on game day, but he does so only to wake up the team, so they can execute better, giving the team a better chance of winning the game.

A true leader leads by example, without losing the respect of those they try to lead. Raymond Bourque of the Boston Bruins was another great Leader, even though he wore the “C” on his jersey, it didn’t mean anything to him, as he showed up everyday practiced and played hard, so when his Teammates saw that, they to practiced and played hard, making the whole team a better team moving forward. Ray was a quiet guy that stayed out of the limelight, but with his actions on the ice, that is what spoke much louder than any words at all. Bobby Orr was the same way as he also let his actions speak for himself, they didn’t want to be singled out as a special player and they always spoke of the team/ put the team before themselves all the time.

True Leader’s never look for any fame or recognition, they never look to be more powerful than or even try to have all the power over the rest. A true Leader at the end of the day goes home like you and I and does his chores, like the rest of us. A Leader that we all take for granted and never give enough credit to, are our own parent’s. these Individuals help you grow in many ways, they show you by example on how to treat other’s, they guide you as you walk your path of this journey through life, they don’t just love you deeply and they don’t just quietly lead you on your path, they teach you all they know, as they to were led by their Parent’s, as they walked their paths through this journey of life. Parent’s don’t look for any recognition or any spotlight, they never look for any rewards, all they want is to lead you into prosperity, so you can be the best you can be, as you walk your path through this journey of life.

 

” A true Leader is a rare breed and never looks for any recognition or fame”

” A real and true Leader, leads by example and never pushes his power on to another”

” Leadership is never about power and control over other’s, as a true Leader knows how to make others better moving forward”

” True Leaders let their actions speak more loudly than themselves, making all around them feel even more special then the Leader himself”

 

The Bowling Community travels within togetherness

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Just two short days a small Bowling Center in a small rural town, brings together some of the World’s elite Bowler’s, with us ordinary folk and all for a small charity known as the High Hopes Foundation. The High Hopes is an organization similar to the Make a Wish Foundation, with the difference being, Make a Wish is World wide and High Hopes helps Children throughout the State of New Hampshire. Striker’s East Bowling Center in little Raymond, New Hampshire may be a small Bowling Center, but it’s heart beats bigger than the Heart beat of America, the team of Bowler’s throughout it’s community and for a short week end, come together to help support a great charity in the High Hopes, this proves that yes we the People can make a difference, we the People can come together and do great things as we walk our paths through this journey of life, we the People can come together in unity and work together for a great cause and if we can do it for a short week end, then why can’t we do this always and everyday, so we all can live in happiness and peace, as we walk this journey of life, sharing our love within our hearts with each other?

Like everything else the Bowling World has changed, with change you go through a wide variety of feelings, But the Bowling Community and especially the Community around Striker’s East becomes stronger. Sometimes it is not just about the game and you have to look much deeper than the game, to truly see what makes the game of Bowling so great and at Striker’s East they have done that, with the way they unite the Bowling Community for one short week end. Sometimes in any sport including Bowling, you have players that play the game because they love the game, but then it all changes as some of the players turn Professional and become elite to the sport they love, then now the money starts to come in, they get a bit more Greedier and now you think you are bigger than the game itself? I am not saying it happens to all Athletes, but it happens less within Bowling, simply because, Bowler’s play a game they love and seldom lose sight of everything around them and this shows with the Pro\Am Tournament at Striker’s East in Raymond, New Hampshire. No matter how big you become in your sport, it’s the Bowler that is always happy to give back, so others can achieve success like they did, playing a sport for which they love.

Bowling is a sport that you have to navigate around the oil that is on the alley’s within the Bowling Center, just like we navigate around our paths throughout this journey of life, it becomes a struggle and has us become frustrated at times, but if we stay strong, we can become better and prove that, no matter what you do and no matter how much you struggle, we all can move forward to be better, as we navigate through this journey of life. If a small Bowling Center in Raymond, New Hampshire named Striker’s East can unite the Bowling Community with the Elite Bowler’s (for a short week end) we see within the Professional Bowler’s Association, then why can’t we all unite throughout the paths we walk along this journey of life?

 

” It takes two days to unite a Bowling Community for a good cause, why can’t we all unite for the good of each of us”

” With any charity it is not about the ones that organize the charity, it is all about the ones the charity helps”

” A Bowling Community and Elite Professional Bowlers come together for a good cause, time we all come together for the good of us all”