What’s in a name?

Have you ever thought about what your name means to you?  It is said that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.  If you want to make a new friend, remember  his/her name.  So many of us have difficulty remembering names.  Why?  Could it be we are so busy trying to impress them we don’t take time to focus on their name?  Just think about it for a minute.  Isn’t it great when someone calls you by name especially when you’ve just met them?  It’s even more flattering when a new acquaintance takes care to properly pronounce it.   So next time you are introduced take time to imprint their name in your memory.  This takes time, but according to Emerson; “Good manners are made up of petty sacrifices.”

Earlynns Just Sayin’

About Earlynn

Earlynn is a spunky mother, grandmother and yes, even a great grandmother. I have always been drawn to things spiritual from the time I was very young. Over the years I have read, studied and prayed that God would use me to bring comfort to troubled minds. That is my purpose more than anything else, but along the way I have also lived a very happy life. I love my family....5 children, 5 inlaws, 18 grandkids and four great grandkids. I am a master cake decorator, I love gardening, I am passionate about health and nutrition. I love parties and gatherings of family and friends. I love cooking and at least twice each year I host dinner for 50. I love writing, teaching and public speaking. I love my sweetheart. We met when we were only 10 years old and will soon celebrate our 50th anniversary. Everything I do is centered on my spiritual beliefs and I know love is the answer to all of life's problems. Join me on my web site as we explore many ideas, laugh a little and love a lot.
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