Have we ever considered the power behind these two words, for life?

What does it mean when we accept a responsibility for life? Do we understand the value and intent behind a commitment for life?

We have entered the season for weddings, and it seems that couples who marry are getting younger and younger. A great level of excitement goes into the work that makes about 25-30 minutes a special half hour in the life of two special people.

As the vows are exchanged, the thought of for life take on a new significance.

There will be challenges ahead, but they will be faced together because of these two words.

Family problems will arise, both within and without, but they will be met when for life is understood.

Difficulties with health occur, but they will be overcome when faced for life.

Leadership is the same. Assuming we understand our influence on others we lead, it must be for life.

It is an opportunity, not a chore. It is a privilege, not drudgery.

We can make a difference when we know it is for life.

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