Values are an integral part of “who you are.” I love this Dilbert comic strip because it is clear that the management have none, and that their whole reasoning behind establishing company values is not really to empower the employees, but to eliminate raise requests.
Do you know who you are and what you stand for? You can’t wait for management to tell you what your values should be, you need to decide that for yourself. It is vital to know who you are and what you stand for before you are in a compromising situation, otherwise when the pressure comes, whether from a boss or a colleague, you will fail the test…Proverbs 10:9 says it perfectly…
“Whoever walks in integrity walks securely, but whoever takes crooked paths will be found out.”
You have heard the expression “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” It is really true, eventually a lack of integrity will catch up to you and your true character will be found out. So I ask you…Got values?
Disney’s “Saving Mr. Banks” pulls the curtain back to allow moviegoers to learn how the beloved 1964 classic “Mary Poppins” almost didn’t make it to the silver screen because of the author’s reservations and fears of what Walt Disney would do to her beloved book. At first I was skeptical about watching a movie about Mary Poppins, but before the end credits started to roll, I was tearing up and feeling that this incredible film had made it to my top 10 list! From the writing to the acting to the cinematography, there was not a single thing that I was not captivated by!
As they flashed back and forth from 1961 to P.L. Travers’ childhood, the director brilliantly illustrated what a difference a Daddy makes in the life of not only a child but also the entire family. The film shows what an involved, tender and very loving man her father was (at first) and how she cherished and idealized him. Unfortunately, decades later, the effects of alcoholism and a tragic event, plagued the author’s life and paralyzed her from living her life.
In his book “What a Difference A Daddy Makes,” Kevin Leman makes this bold statement:
Daddy’s have the God-given responsibility to support and train up their children in the way that they should go (see Proverbs 22:6) and to be the best earthly example of what their heavenly father is like…that is the difference a “Daddy” makes!
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