Do What’s Good For You

James We were always friends from our childhood days. And we made our plans, and we had to go our separate ways. I went on the road; you pursued an education. James Do you like your life? Can you find release? And will you ever change? Will you ever write your masterpiece? Are you still in school? Living up to expectations? James. You were so relied upon. Everybody knows how hard you tried. Hey. Oh, look at what a job …

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7 comments on “Do What’s Good For You

  1. Dan Acker on said:

    Hi Ron,
    I usually like your stories and this one was one of those. I trust it is ok to use “Do what’s good for you or you’re not good for anybody.” under my email signature. Have a great day!
    Thanks,
    Dan

  2. Bernie Rangel on said:

    This one hit home with me. You did very well saw a reflection of my life in your writing.

  3. Dan Downey on said:

    Another great story from your heart and soul – Thanks Ron.
    You sure have a way to help us all to stop once and awhile and reflect on what is really important, rather than always trying to play beat the clock in order to get it all done, in effort to try and please everyone else.

  4. This was one of my absolute favorite articles! Hits the nail on the head and literally brought tears to my eyes. I have printed it so that I can go back to it when I need that reminder. Thank you!

  5. Billy Moore on said:

    That was cool Ron. A good thing to take with me for the weekend. I’m always self analyzing. Your thoughts will help me.

  6. I always loved that song! I’ve since concluded that we need a little James in us. Not too much, just enough to keep the world from chaos!

  7. Barb Burkholder on said:

    Loved the article. Too much Billy Joel is a good thing. I wonder if that guy ever became a helicopter pilot?

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