Friday, May 15, 2009

Donna Otto’s Mottos

Donna Otto’s Mottos
*It all starts with the Big Yes. Wherever you are, be “all” there.
*Finish Strong. Remember: the common begin. The uncommon finish.
*Live by conviction, not circumstances.
*Preparation is the key to organization.
*If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten.
*You married a sinner. So did he.
*There’s always time for what God asks us to do.
*Do the next thing.
*Finish today today. Light the Light— don’t curse the darkness.
*Choose your love. Then love your choice.
*Be a thermostat, not a thermometer.
*It’s hard to teach what you don’t live. Hospitality starts with your eyes, hands, and heart.
*It’s not what you do that makes you tired. It’s what you don’t do.
*He’s not the enemy!
*Do your best and leave the rest.
*What you say matters. How you say it matters more.
*Get it as good as you can get it and forget it.
*Your mansion is your ministry.
*Don’t run from . . . run to.

© Donna Otto. Used with permission.
Servanthood begins at home.
Don’t carry a Bible if you haven’t swept under the bed.
No serious conversation after 10:30 p.m.
You are who you hang out with.
First and fast.
Your home is holy ground. And you are holy ground.
Enter marriage and close all your exits.



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