I’m over the negativity happening every. single. day. 

Seriously.  Aren’t we all? 

It’s not worth what it’s doing to us.  


I was thinking.  

Well, you know me.  I always am. 

Why not, make August 21—our BIG SOLAR ECLIPSE  Day–the day to ECLIPSE negativity? Because the best way to change the negativity in this world is for some of us to shut it down by being positive. 


If, you and I complain about the negativity and do nothing about it, then, we are part of it all.   It’s awesome to think we could fix something around this world in the next few days.  At the very least, to make a one-day difference.  

And, if, you or I do slip into the comfort of negativity—I think we need to put some money in a “money jar”  and use it to bless others.  Please see this act of self-discipline as a positive–it’s so needed!

Sometimes . . . a decision must be made . . . one that matters no matter what.  

August 21, 2017–let’s shut it down–let the negativity be ECLIPSED—Kerrie

By the way—I will be joining a crew talking about this and so much more on August 20 at 10:30 am.  Because . . . RED DOOR CHURCH (RDC) is meeting online rather on campus for this one day . . . RDC ECLIPSED DAY.    Invite your friends to hop on wherever they are at 10:30 am pacific standard time.  

We will be putting more directions on the RDC Facebook page.  The RDC website is being made new; however,  you can go there to find your way to RDC Facebook page:  

And . . . please let us know you are with us on RDC ECLIPSED DAY—it’s so much more fun to know we’re together.  

 Written by Kerrie Carlisle Palmer © 2017 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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