Saturday, August 13, 2011


This one was inspired by my little sister Rosalee Longshore. You only get one life, so make the best out of it. Don't be so serious all the time, life is way too short. Today's society is so serious, people barely crack a smile when they pass you on the street, saying "Good Morning" seems like asking for way too much. We have become so busy with our lives that sometimes we forget to just be happy. Smile and laugh as much as possible. Your smile could brighten somebody's day, and that joke that you have to share could take some of their sadness away. However, recognize those situations when you should be serious and when you should be playful. Take time to enjoy those little things. Don't allow emotions and sensitivity to keep you from cracking a smile. Loosen up a bit, and laugh until tears are streaming down your face. Make sure to always take time for yourself. If there is something that you would love to experience don't hold back, get out there and do it. Travel as much as possible, there is so much of the world to see. Don't get stuck in your day to day routine that you neglect having fun. Everything doesn't have to be planned, be spontaneous sometimes. The world is so much better with happy people. A good smile lightens the mood, encourages that individual that may have a been a little doubtful, eases pain, and most of all it looks good on you. Smiling and laughing provide such a positive feeling and the greatest thing about it is that it is free!!!!! Don't grow old in age bitter about what you didn't experience, "Do It Now." Please view the following link for the author of "Do It Now," my father Pastor Leevone Brock.

1 comment:

  1. Your journalism is so professional, it is like reading a good book. I hope your writings inspire people to look forward to hearing from your each day. I believe you bring a smile to people faces that read your blog. I thank God for you, Rosalee and your Dad. Great teamwork!!!.


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