The love for others is manifested through acts of service. The church’s welfare program is a model for those of us born with a selfish heart. There is a simple enough way to give. Give through Fast Offerings. Continue reading
As most things worthwhile in life, love takes practice for most of us. So, do that kind act. Help out a loved one. Show your love today while you can. Continue reading
Walking a mile in someone’s shoes can help us gain compassion for that other person. Or, after the mile, we realize the other person is nothing but a complainer. It usually has little to do with the borrowed person’s shoes but the person doing the walking. Continue reading
The moments don’t happen often so just let me be nice when I try. Maybe you don’t recognize it but this is me being nice. Continue reading
Here’s the thing. Love has never been my strong suit. I have always been more of a loner and a bit isolated. If there is a group of people I will tend to shy away. It’s just how I roll. Continue reading
I listened quietly. That’s what I do. I am a quiet observer.
His complaint was valid, I’ll give him that.
I listened to a home teacher talk about his assigned single sister to minister to. She owned her own home but was “needy” in that she always asked him to help with fix-it chores. Perhaps he was just venting because he was talking to a family friend. The problem though is that I also was there. And I related to the single sister’s situation. Continue reading
We are told
to love God and our fellow man.
Is that goal
even a feasible, possible plan? Continue reading
Kindness should begin with me
because I know it should
even if it doesn’t come naturally
I can practice until I get it down good. Continue reading
Angels come as promised
to bear you up in need.
But not all angels
are directly heaven’s seed. Continue reading
I started this little blog seven years ago this month. For seven years I’ve posted little blurbs and thoughts and highly suspected my posts were overlooked. I just haven’t found a passion or interest to focus on so my writing is random and broad. But I keep toiling at it just in case something kicks in and I need to be prepared with this blog already in place. The point is I post four times a week and barely make my daily 10 view goal. In fact, I have had to round out the views on occasion to make 10. Not proud of it but it is a fact of life. So when I do post something that gets a little attention I’m surprised. That is what happened during the 2018 Christmas season. Continue reading