Thinking About Your Days in Marbles

A Ham operator on a certain band at a certain date and time revealed to John C. Maxwell the daily practice of not "losing your marbles." "You see, I sat down one day and did a little arithmetic. The average person lives about 75 years...I multiplied 75 times 52 and I came up with 3,900 which is the number of Saturdays that the average person has in their entire life-time" He went on to say that he figured out that he had lived through 2,800 Saturdays. If he lived to 75, he would only have 1,000 left to enjoy. The Ham operator can teach us all an invaluable lesson-how finite our time here on earth really is. He went on to say that he "went to the toy store and bought every single marble they

A School Teacher Who Gets It

Our students, in order to earn rank, must turn in an Intent to Promote form to their school teachers. The Intent to Promote is used to show that the martial arts student is exemplifying their student tenets in the academic classroom as well as at home. (Parents complete another section of the form) Teacher Kara LaBella was compelled to not only fill out the intent to promote form for Hasitha Tatineni, but to also write a page letter to our academy about her! (See Below) We could use more teachers like Kara Labella in our children's lives. Imagine what our young people could accomplish with the encouragement from teachers such as this. Of course, some credit should go toward Hasitha. Her "Bl

Martial Arts Students Give 1,000 Acts of Kindness to the Cary Community for the Holidays!

Johnson's Martial Arts students will be giving 1,000 acts of kindness to the Cary community for the holidays. The academy staff has developed a website that will serve as a social experiment of sorts where they will hopefully be able to show to their students that kindness is contagious. The website can be found at flavors.me/trackyouract Here is how it works: 1.) The student will look for ways to go out of their way to be kind to another person. 2.) They will hand the kindness card to them. 3.) The person will then pay the act of kindness forward and hand them their kindness card. Meanwhile, whoever receives the card will presumably go to the kindness website above and track the act. What w

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