Taking Care of Others


I’ve often contemplated how some people, no matter how they are feeling, can get up each day and take care of the needs of others. Mothers, who even when they are battling cancer, get up the strength to make a meal for their family. Teachers who smile and laugh with their students, even when they are sad and depressed inside. And what about the pastor who counsels an engaged couple even when his marriage is falling apart. I’m amazed at the strength we find when we are called to care for the needs of others that we love and care about.

This weekend I somehow ended up with two delightful little ladies as my house guests. If they were not here it would have been so easy to stay in bed all weekend and do nothing. What did I do this morning? I got up and made breakfast. I haven’t…

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