Our family took a vacation to Disney World during the summer. What an amazing experience. Our nine-year old, Taylor, had the time of her life. My magical experience did not stop there. I cannot stop reflecting on the great service and incredible vision I got to experience. From the moment you arrive on the WD campus every moment is based upon letting you experience the “Most Magical Place On Earth”. One of the small details that caught me was every employee calls little boys and girls princes or princesses. As I looked around (yes, I am the people watcher in my family) all of the employees smiled all day long. The grounds were kept spotless. There was always bright lights and happy music. You could feel the excitement in the air. This experience did not just happen. It was from great leadership and a brilliantly cast vision. It was intentional. If we expect to get somewhere and take people with us they must know where we are going and the steps we have in place to get there. What if we set out each day to make our homes, our work, our communities, our church, and our world the “Most Magical Place On Earth”? What if we would strive to replace doom and gloom with hope and Jesus? We must believe that we can make a difference!
Today is the day I will give my best to make my environment the Most Magical Place On Earth!