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The Ride of a Lifetime!


I have been reading books on guiding children, since I am a daycare teacher. In “The Power of Guidance”, by Dan Gartrell, Gartrell points out that children are “just at the beginning of a lifelong learning process, which we also are undertaking, and that in the process, we all make mistakes.”

That process is all about relationships. Our world, our lives, are all about learning to be in relationship–with each other, with the environment, and most importantly, with ourselves. Some will recognize that means to be in relationship with the Divine. Others will see the Divine as a separate, most important relationship.

Here at Compumatrix, many of us are committed to a higher purpose. We are here because of the community of people devoted to that higher purpose. Whether we acknowledge the Divine in ourselves, or see it as something beyond us, that Divine spark is a driving force in our company.

The Divine is in charge, here. We don’t know where we are going, necessarily. But we are committed to the journey, committed to seeing it out. We are on the ride of our lives, and our souls are enjoying every moment of it!

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