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A New Chapter

Posted By: Randy GageJune 10, 2012

There are lots of young people graduating this time of year.  It’s no accident that their graduation ceremony is called commencement.  Because it’s not really about their education ending, but their new life beginning. 

There’s an important prosperity lesson in that…

Because every chapter that ends, always leads to the next chapter.  Even the chapters that we think are bad – a loved one dying, losing a job, or getting a tough medical diagnosis – always offer a new chapter with a fresh start.

It takes faith.  All the chapters are not easy.  But all the chapters are necessary – for the amazing book that is the story of your life!

- RG

20 comments on “A New Chapter”

  1. Greetings from Richard Bony.
    Amazingly said. I love all the  chapters I have written up to now.  I have no regrets and look forward to better scripts, for a  beautiful life needs a craftman. And no one is an artist who doesn't see the beauty in all things. And all things are beautiful.
    Thanks for the post, Randy.
     

  2. Greetings from Richard Bony.
    Amazingly said. I love all the  chapters I have written up to now.  I have no regrets and look forward to better scripts, for a  beautiful life needs a craftman. And no one is an artist who doesn't see the beauty in all things. And all things are beautiful.
    Thanks for the post, Randy.
     

  3. Randy, speaking of chapters, are finished yet?  With your book?  Are you going to tell us when you are?

  4. Randy, speaking of chapters, are finished yet?  With your book?  Are you going to tell us when you are?

  5. An important lesson here, RG - not to mention, making sure we are holding the pen that's telling the story - and not allowing other people to tell us how the story will end for us. 😀 Great post mate! 🙂

  6. An important lesson here, RG - not to mention, making sure we are holding the pen that's telling the story - and not allowing other people to tell us how the story will end for us. 😀 Great post mate! 🙂

  7. Not all chapters are easy, but all chapters are valuable. The experiences in those chapters belongs to the person who went through them. No one can take away from him/her. I wouldn't exchange my experiences in those chapters with anyone or for any amount. These experiences made us authentic.

  8. Not all chapters are easy, but all chapters are valuable. The experiences in those chapters belongs to the person who went through them. No one can take away from him/her. I wouldn't exchange my experiences in those chapters with anyone or for any amount. These experiences made us authentic.

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  • 20 comments on “A New Chapter”

    1. Greetings from Richard Bony.
      Amazingly said. I love all the  chapters I have written up to now.  I have no regrets and look forward to better scripts, for a  beautiful life needs a craftman. And no one is an artist who doesn't see the beauty in all things. And all things are beautiful.
      Thanks for the post, Randy.
       

    2. Greetings from Richard Bony.
      Amazingly said. I love all the  chapters I have written up to now.  I have no regrets and look forward to better scripts, for a  beautiful life needs a craftman. And no one is an artist who doesn't see the beauty in all things. And all things are beautiful.
      Thanks for the post, Randy.
       

    3. Randy, speaking of chapters, are finished yet?  With your book?  Are you going to tell us when you are?

    4. Randy, speaking of chapters, are finished yet?  With your book?  Are you going to tell us when you are?

    5. An important lesson here, RG - not to mention, making sure we are holding the pen that's telling the story - and not allowing other people to tell us how the story will end for us. 😀 Great post mate! 🙂

    6. An important lesson here, RG - not to mention, making sure we are holding the pen that's telling the story - and not allowing other people to tell us how the story will end for us. 😀 Great post mate! 🙂

    7. Not all chapters are easy, but all chapters are valuable. The experiences in those chapters belongs to the person who went through them. No one can take away from him/her. I wouldn't exchange my experiences in those chapters with anyone or for any amount. These experiences made us authentic.

    8. Not all chapters are easy, but all chapters are valuable. The experiences in those chapters belongs to the person who went through them. No one can take away from him/her. I wouldn't exchange my experiences in those chapters with anyone or for any amount. These experiences made us authentic.

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