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Our Journey On The Road To Character

As we all enrich our own character, as we develop fortitude and confidence, we will by our daily acts of kindness and consideration for all, and unwavering belief, attract people to the road to character. People want to follow someone who knows where he or she is going and why they are going there

The road to character will take you and me through some obstacles. We will be challenged. We will be talked about and ridiculed. That's okay. There is precedent. It happened to leaders throughout history

The Bible is a great book of history. Look closely at those who took the high road to character. First they were marginalized. Then they were torn down by words and actions and in some cases, killed.

It will be worth the journey. It will be worth the sweat. The road to character will be uphill, but it isn't too crowded. There is plenty of room for more people.

Let's take that road. Let's bring about positive change.

Ralph Willemin

Advisor to the Pewamo Protect Life team

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