Saturday, April 26, 2008

So much to say, so little time.

Our day started off with the screaming of our 2yr old girl! Waking us up at 6:50 a.m. after only going to bed at 10p.m. "That's eight hours of sleep!" , you say? Well, she usually sleeps twelve. So I went to bed at 1a.m. thinking I could at least sleep until 9:30 or 10. Alls well though, we were suppose to be at the church at eight for church work day.

Reflective question: I wonder why people want to complain about circumstances but they never want to do anything to change it? And when somone takes the initiative to change the circumstances they complain about the changes.

For instance their is a room overly cluttered with similar items. There is a room committee comprised of two people. There is an overall group who have a common interest in the room and it's function. The committe brings before the people the problem. We need to purge the room of unnecessary items. Because of sentimentality a discussion occurs. If we purge the room and items are donated or thrown away someone's feelings will be hurt because they donated those items to the room. Why not think of the safety factor? If the room is so cluttered you have difficulty moving around in it and people are falling then the room cannot be enjoyed. Why keep items that no longer have a use or that will cause harm to some of it's occupants? To say the least, someone stepped forward from the committe and purged the room anyway. I guess time will tell the results. But it sure looks great for now!!!

Isaiah 32:18
My people shall dwell in a peaceable habiation,, and in sure dwellings, and in quiet resting places.

Blessings to you!

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