About Michael and This Blog

Michael Josephson is the founder of Josephson Institute, which runs Ethics Centers focusing on youth (CHARACTER COUNTS!), sportsmanship, business, public service, and policing.

In this blog Michael takes on the issues that define our days and lives — as he did for 15 years over the radio and on CharacterCounts.org. We welcome your comments and feedback.

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Comments 9

  1. Lou Soileau

    Thank you for “LIVE A LIFE THAT MATTERS”. I will pass it on to our children because it is not only good advice, it is the right advice and the way to live in the context of their faith in Jesus Christ.

    Would you give a listen to my creations and consider linking them to your website? http://www.musicbylou.com
    I think the many inspirational songs I have written would fit well with your blog and might be of interest to your followers.

    Thank you, regardless.

  2. Jim

    All of this sounds so good, but it is all secular. In a few generations or less, you/we/I will be forgotten to the world. All that matters is our obedience to God and that will last forever.

  3. Margaret

    I was sent “Live a Life that Matters” by a friend, and I just watched it. I noticed at the end of the presentation, there is a comment of “unknown” regarding the music. The music track is titled ” Today, Tomorrow and Forever” from the Album “Memories of the Fall” by Ernesto Cortazar, published in 2010 by Piano Drops Music and Publishing. Please add this information to your presentation.

  4. Diana Jeffrey

    May I download the song either from the Josephson’s site or another site? And of course, I was uplifted, needed and enjoyed the poem set to the music. That’s a given. Thank you.

  5. Karen D

    I played the video “What Will Matter” as a devotional today at our church. Not many attendees but those present loved it. It is beautiful. We opened with the congregation singing “He Lives” and closed with all of us reading aloud the 23rd Psalm. Thank you so much for the video. I received it as a forwarded email and knew immediately it would make a good devotional. I have suggested to the youth leaders that they show it to the Senior Youth.

  6. Carole Szepesi

    I just wanted to tell you how beautiful What Will Matter is. It makes me cry every time I view it. The music is absolutely and is called Today, Tomorrow and Forever and is performed by Ernesto Cortizar. It is the perfect fit for this beautiful and inspirational video.

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