“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing”. Benjamin Franklin - Photo Credits: Ian Hayhurst

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing”. Benjamin Franklin,

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing”. Truth be told, on earth    none of us live forever, there are only so many years that our fleshly bodies will survive in this life. However; some people’s lives last for lifetimes, throughout generations through their legacy via great things they’ve done, through books they’ve written, and by the lives they have touched. If we align our goals with that of those God has for us, pick ourselves up after each fall, and give ourselves wholly to perfecting the gifts and talents He has instilled in us, our destiny will appear clearer than any tangible object we’re able to see or feel.

In this blog, I attempt to do just that. To write about issues that inspire others in their daily lives, tips that ease stress in this ever evolving world of technology, and content that prompts readers to consider topics that do more than scratch the surface.

There are many distractions that divert our attention to things that are of small importance.   Social media distracts us, technology steals time away from loved ones, and feelings are proportional to how popular are you online —–> we mustn’t fail to forget about jewels in life that are beautiful and long lasting. The issues of today that affect our children, offering encouragement to others when they need it the most, ideas that create better communities and stronger families.

Who is Clea? Well, I’m a mother, a daughter, a sister, a neighbor, a friend. At times I work as my own personal therapist by writing poetry and curling up to a good book. Graduate school will not get the best of me, I’m founder of IT Consulting firm www.Dare2CareComputers.com, and most importantly I’m a follower of Christ. So this is me, as I ink and think through the “Power of the Pen”.

by, Clea McLemore

Photo Credits: Ian Hayhurst