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Lesson for the Day

While walking this morning, I saw this snail. And it caused me to ponder life. A snail is perceived as slow moving by many & has an awkward shell on its head, yet it has stood the test of time and predators. Sometimes, people focus on whose the fastest or strongest or the best looking. But remember the snail has outlasted some of the greatest in the animal kingdom - animals who are now extinct. Thus, it's not about how fast we travel or who has the most appealing appearance in life. It's more important we continue moving, utilize what God has given us to the best of our abilities and stand the test of time. Let's Thrive - Attain - Refine as a community. #DrCunningham #LifeLessons #NECLLC

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