Todo lo que tenia que aprender en la vida lo he aprendido de Noé.
1- No vayas a perder el barco súbete a tiempo (prepárate)
2- Recuerda que todos vamos en el mismo barco (no critiques)
3- Planea a tiempo, recuerda que todavía no llovía cundo Noé ya estaba construyendo el arca.
4- Sé un hombre preparado y en buenas condiciones tal vez cuando seas de 600 años alguien te pida crear algo muy grande.
5- No pongas atención a las críticas, nunca lograrías nada.
6- Construye tu futuro siempre en las alturas.
7- La rapidez no lo es todo, recuerda que las tortugas iban en el barco junto con los leopardos.
8- Cuando te sientas estresado flota por un momento.
9- Recuerda que el arca fue construida por principiantes y el Titanic fue construido por profesionales.
10- No importa que tan grande sea la tormenta, cuando tu estas con Dios siempre habrá un arco iris esperándote.
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