|Posted on February 1, 2018 at 7:45 AM||comments (2)|
Just as the stroke of an artist's brush leaves streaks of paint that are unique, so do the 'strokes of life'. Some of the streaks in life are of good substance - healthy in what they cover, full, attractive and make lasting impressions. Some are stringy - there in terms of presence and covering small areas, but noticeably thin. Then some are spotty - having a weak presence that appears then disappears in no organized manner.
Our time here is 'but a vapor' and what matters MOST are the STREAKS that YOU leave with YOUR STROKES of LIFE.
So, we ask "What kind of strokes are you making"? and more so, tell us how you would get those spotty/stringy streaks to those of "good substance?"