Growing up I often heard parents telling children who they were scolding that they should have “a sense of pride”. On preparing to publicly congratulate someone with their personal achievements I thought of using the word pride, but because I usually ask myself how would my father say that, it dawned on me that the word pride is not one of the words that my father used when correcting us.
So, I Googled the word pride. and also ‘What does the Bible say concerning the word pride and the only example that I got was what is written in Proverbs 16:18. So, with a sense of gratitude I wish to congratulate our notary Keisha Richards, with the launching of her new website.
At the same time, I would like to congratulate Frankie and Angie and would like to add that because the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, I am not surprised at Keisha’s strong work ethic.
Blessings to everyone associated with that firm. And like my father used to tell us, humility and gratitude is the key to success.
Russell A. Simmons