WEBB’S RULES: A DIFFERENCE

by Eugene R. Webb

You can stop all of the idle chatter;
Hundred years from now it won’t matter.
Where you traveled or just how far;
Be it in an airplane, a bus or in a car.

It won’t make any difference if you flew a kite;
How you dressed or what you looked like.
Or in the bank how much money you had;
The difference will be if you were good or bad.

It won’t matter in what and where you did live;
It matters how and unconditionally you did give.
Being understanding, considerate, loving and kind;
You’re filled with love and happiness most of the time.

Making good friends and knowing how to be one;
Praying and thinking daily of God and his son.
Then I’m sure this world is much better today;
Because you made a difference by passing this way.

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