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What does it mean to be 'Your Brother's Keeper'?

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I think that many of us tend to forget how we arrived at where-ever we are today. We love to talk about how hard we worked and struggled and rarely give credit to those who were instrumental in our achievement. And make no mistake; we are all a product of individual instances, circumstances and events, as well as the people who shaped them. 

Most of us, if we take time to think about it, can point at someone who said something that moved us and we can think of someone who did something that inspired us and we can think of someone who was there for us when we needed them most. Someone, at some point, gave us something that helped make us who we are today; rather it was their time, their advice, their wisdom, the money we needed, the transportation we needed, the physical or moral support we needed or even just an ear... We are not just who we are; but a sum of all the people, places and things that we have witnessed and experienced, rather good or bad.

Who and what has shaped your life? Are you willing to give credit where credit is due? Who and what has been a detriment to your life? And where would you be or who would you be, if not for these people, places and events?

Each of us grow and achieve at a rate that is influenced by the rate that others grow and achieve. And each of us is reliant on the other in ways we rarely consider. We need each other, rather we like to admit it or not and we inspire each other to either succeed or fail. Rather we choose to be our Brother's Keeper or not is the key to where we go from here. Let's talk about it...

This Sunday, June 15th, at 7:00 PM, E.S.T., just click this link or dial 818-739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere. Dial 1 to join our on air discussion...

 

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