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Paying it forward.

I'm nobody special. I don't need to be. I have an injury or two, so I rarely leave my home. It's okay to be injured. Through cause and effect, I now have a lot of time on my hands, and I've got some things to share.

I often become frustrated at complications, so I've worked to reduce my life to the simple things. I have not led an extraordinary life, but I've paid attention more often than not. And when it comes down to it, I believe that humans fundamentally need to begin sharing.

A friend recently told me, "I wished my father would have taught me that. When I asked him to teach me how to put my first $100 in the stock market at the age of sixteen, he told me 'That's for rich people, and we ain't rich.'

For most children, you only have to watch your father once to learn how to change the oil in your car. That's what I intend to do here, except it will never be about changing the oil in your car.

1 Corinthians 12 – We all have a special gift somewhere.

2 Corinthians 9:6-7 - And the Lord loves a cheerful giver.

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