What you see in this picture depends totally on perspective!
Someone wrote “When I die, I want to die like my grandmother who died
peacefully in her sleep. Not screaming like all the passengers riding in her car.”
It’s all a matter of perspective isn’t it?
A few years ago I went on a cruise with my children and grandchildren. From my perspective it was a glorious week. My daughter had a different perspective.
If you are like me, trying to decide what to give to the people you love at Christmas can be a daunting and stressful task. Here is one gift that comes already wrapped, can’t be put under a tree, and will be remembered long after the other gifts begin gathering dust.
I glanced to my left. The woman in the next car was combing her hair and applying lipstick, eyeliner, and mascara—all while maneuvering in and out of traffic. Thank heaven she’d taken her shower before she left home.
What is it about the spirit of a child that sometimes outshines many adults?
1. They have tender hearts. They are not ashamed to be moved by the needs of others.
2. They believe that you and I will be moved in the same way.
3. They believe that God can do anything.
Read the letter Jordyn wrote and respond with the spirit of a child.
1. Nurture a tender heart
2. Be moved by the needs of people around you.
Please read all of this amazing letter, if nothing else you will be blessed by the heart of this six year old…….
Phillip and Exandra
Today as I sat waiting for my flight to leave, a young man boarded the plane wearing the pink- piggy- neck rest you see in this picture. As he stored his belongings, he removed his jacket to reveal that he was also wearing a hot pink shirt. I’m no fashion maven but this is a combination I had never seen before. Evidently it was uncommon to the rest of the cabin as his appearance drew several sidelong glances.
I love being around people like our flight attendant. No glances for her, she just jumped in and asked about his choice of wardrobe for the day. She ask a direct question and got a direct answer.