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Hey Friends,

Wherever we are we must strive to be better human beings in all of our relationships and interactions with others. Always progressing and aiming to better examples to all. We must break the effects of the negative culture and concepts we see portrayed in the media and in our world at present. We must always be seeking to improve and invest in our relationships. It’s the most important investment we will ever make in our lifetime.

Many of life’s challenges can be resolved if only we took responsibility for our actions and personal development. There are some things that can be changed now, while others may take a little longer. However, with this good aim in mind, we set the process in motion to become better.

Sit and discuss whether there is any room for personal improvement, with family, friends, and anyone who knows you well. What they say will hurt but that’s when the healing process begins. With some humility, determination, and setting of clear goals, we can now seek to improve ourselves and by extension, our relationships

 

Our Stories

These stories on self-improvement and building relationships will challenge us all to be better. By applying these simple life-lessons and principles to your life,  I pray that you will live the rest of your life enriched, free and a lot happier. Your present and your future will be better for it.

You can and will be a positive influence in this world and leave a great legacy for others to follow.

Begin or continue to build amazing relationships. Apologize to someone you have wronged in some way. Tell someone you love them. Be a blessing to someone! You will feel better. They will too.

Do it now!

me and the wife
The wife and I

My name is David. I was born in the UK but migrated to a beautiful island in the Caribbean, while I was quite young. I have a wonderful family comprising my lovely wife Pearl and three talented, handsome young men.

 


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