Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

The Don S. McClure Show Live - Do You Really Know Yourself

  • Broadcast in Lifestyle
Don S McClure

Don S McClure


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Don S McClure.

The Don S. McClure Show Live- Do You Really Know Yourself.

My father became silent for a few seconds and then began to speak, in the way he always uses examples. When he wants you, to make your own decision, based on your own feelings. Do you see how calm the water is, as it moves across the lake making it's way to the other side?  As if it is searching for that one opening that will allow it to reach a larger body of water. It will continue on its journey. Hoping it will find a waterway, that will lead to the most substantial body of water on earth. You could call it a perfect path. The water in this lake has the same desire, as you, to live forever, not as a lake, but as a part of something more substantial, connecting it to the earth. These desires will take the lake water to the Pacific Ocean which holds more than half of the Earth's open water supply. And it covers more than 70 percent of the surface, taking up more than one-third of the planet. The lake desires to become a part of this fantastic feat that God created. Which is located between the Southern Ocean, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. And this small lake has a desire to live forever, just as you do. The only difference between you and the lake. The lake has decided where it must go on its journey to reach its heart's desire, and what it must go through to make that dream a reality. The lake understands there are obstacles, along with trials and tribulations. And the things it must carry along with it as part of its' journey.  You see a life journey can't be made by itself. You will encounter people, things and friends who are part of your adventure. How you take them along as you never forsake your journey is up to you, and what is essential. Renowned American Author Don S. McClure