Monday, November 15, 2010


Here, in the picture above, is a man who put the local car wash to work for himself. By investing a little money into a few cleaning supplies and a little wax, he created himself a job. He works when he wants to and the only boss he has is himself. Just think of the possibilities here. It may not be the best job in the world, but then again it's not the worst either. It has the possibility to grow, depending upon just how much time, effort and money he's willing to put into it. There are some brilliant minds walking around in our neighborhoods. There are men and women walking around among us with talents that could be a good means of support. That is if we could come together and turn our neighborhoods into communities. Communities where we look out for one another. What would it hurt to give those talented men and women some of our business and pay them a just price for their labors. When you see them doing their thing, take a little time and give them an encouraging word. I solute Mr. Jack Galbert in a little North East Texas town called De Kalb, for standing out as a beacon, showing just one of the many ways of survival in these ever toughing times. I know there are many others just like him all across America. Peace

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