I am thankful for the connection I made with a hungry and depressed man several years ago. I had stopped in at our local drug store for a few things.
As I was walking up to the door, I noticed this fellow sitting just to the left on the walk. His back was against the wall. I remember thinking how he looked depressed, but I went on about my business.
As I completed my shopping and was exiting the store, I noticed he was still there.
One of the things I want to accomplish is to learn how, by creating content, I can inspire someone long after they have read it and moved on. I want it to be inspiring enough that days, weeks or even years later, someone remembers what I wrote. I suppose anyone who writes a blog, a book or any type of content, aspires for the same results.
Today was Easter. The service this morning was an outdoor service by the lake. The water was calm as a slight breeze rustled the leaves, and the sun was sifting it’s way through the trees. There was a peace over
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