“The trouble with most people is that they think with their hopes or fears or wishes rather than with their minds.” Will Durant
Vision statements are often concise, snappy phrases that are meant to be inspiring, memorable and engaging! Maybe that’s a myth promulgated by those companies that earn their living writing them on behalf of clients!
It seems to me that a Vision statement should encapsulate just why the owners of the enterprise are committed to that venture. The author of Learning from Dogs is committed to this project; here is the Vision.
Our children require a world that understands the importance of faith, integrity and honesty
Learning from Dogs will serve as a reminder of the values of life and the power of unconditional love – as so many, many dogs prove each and every day
Constantly trying to get to the truth …
The power of greater self-awareness and faith; faith that the only way forward for us is through the truth …
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Hi Paul! I was just reading comments from Celeste’s blog, Honk If You’re Vegan (www.honkifyourevegan.com). I wrote the piece about the Christmas Eve heart attack and veganism. We have two Portuguese Water Dogs! Let’s see, I write about them here: http://watchhatchfly.com/2013/10/29/portuguese-water-pumpkins/
My blog is http://www.watchhatchfly.com and I plan to poke around your blog some more after dinner!
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