Photos that teach lessons

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

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If you look at the current crop of photos on this site (See Twitpic), you will notice 4 pictures. Each one has a story.

Awesome ends with Me: This was on the T shirt one of my younger patients wore during a recent check up with me. I knew that if he wore this T-shirt proudly that the mental check up was going to be fine—before I even completed it. The lesson to me was that we are never too young to believe in ourselves. It’s not about pride; it is about saying to yourself that God made you and he never makes junk, because He is God. We better live up to His expectations!

Green grass and an Arch: This photo was taken in Kelowna at the Mission Hill winery. They make superb wines. That is their mission. But they also made sure that their environment sets them apart from other wineries. The architecture is stunning. The lesson to me was that we can reach our goals easier when we are in the right environment

The Big Chair: This is not from the movie “Honey I shrunk the Kids” It is a photo I took while on vacation. The chair is an advertisement for a reality company in that area. My family had fun using the chair while enjoying an ice cream on a hot summer’s day. The lesson to me was that it is important to think big but if you are not having fun doing that, then you are not doing it right.

The Scrambled numbersof a clock: This photo is simply for those who are laid back. Perhaps you visit this site not to learn about how to live life by example. You come here to laugh or be entertained. This one is for you!

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2011-07-27T06:00:50+00:00 July 27th, 2011|Education|

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