We Share a Calling to Do Good in 2010 and Beyond

We all share a calling. 

William Penn once wrote: We have a call to do good as often as we have the power and the occasion.

Christmas Travel.

As you ready the family for Christmas, travel, buy last-minute gifts, and prepare meals for all, remember these comforting and challenging words.

Penn wrote them a couple of hundred years ago.

A calling to do good is one that rings true for the duration of mankind.

What good have you done today?

What good will you do tomorrow?

Blessings to y’all.

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This is an image of the tree line from the new County Road 510 Bridge near Marquette, Michigan.


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Donald J. Claxton | The Timberlander, a selfie from camping for 13 weeks in 2022 on the Claxton family land in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, northwest of Marquette.

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Hello, I’m Donald J. 

I refer to myself as “The Timberlander” because I love off-grid living and woodworking.

My Great Pyrenees, Maycee, and I enjoy spending our time in the woods of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

In the UP, I craft, make, grow, run, carve, and generate:

  • Custom crosses
  • Timber frame shelters
  • A garden
  • My water
  • Basswood figurines and ornaments
  • My own power

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