Early on in life, we have a lot of energy, a lot of new ideas, not much experience, and very little money. The challenge for young people is to be disciplined and to use restraint when making decisions about the future. People between the ages of 25 and 45 have the opportunity to learn, grow, earn, and build a firm foundation. Working hard now allows us to enjoy our future years.
Paying early on in life can be in terms of how we use our money, but how we spend our time is just as important. Taking time to build relationships with our families, our children, reliable friends, and mentors will be fulfilling and will lead to happiness, joy, and peace in our lives. The Bible says that we reap what we sow. Working hard and sacrificing early will allow us to enjoy a good harvest. -Paul Weaver