Always Make Connections!

We meet new people everywhere we go. Whether you’re running to the store or starting a new job, you’re going to run into someone new. It’s important to treat people with decency and leave them with a first impression you can be proud of.

Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.

Galatians 6:7

You reap what you sow. We can’t go around treating people with disrespect and expect things to always go right. It could come around in the most unexpected way. When talking to people keep in mind that they are indeed people, we’re all human. We all bleed the same and we all have feelings, no matter how repressed. That person you degrade could end up being your only resource.


Wrap-Up!

I am in a creative rut right now. It sucks but I’m pushing through. As always thank you so much for reading. Happy Hump Day!

Published by Mariah Eskridge

Hello I'm Mariah Eskridge and my goal is to encourage those who otherwise wouldn't have the support. I graduated from Illinois State University in May 2019 with a Bachelors Degree in Marketing and Accounting. I've been faced with plenty of situations that I would've loved having someone that I can relate to.

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