I’ve worked on ranches, farms and feedlots and even built bridges. I’ve worked in blistering heat and in freezing rain and snow. And I thank God that I did. I always have a sense of gratitude when I see people getting their hands dirty engaged in physical labor. I have that same sense of gratitude for people who stock shelves, work the registers, wait tables or perform any job that involves long hours, sore feet and aching backs.
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All too often it’s easy to see the negative in situations or people. The following is a short parable, sent to me by a subscriber that illustrates the importance of perspective. Makes you wonder what would happen if we all gave thanks for everything we have, instead of worrying about what we don’t have.
I was on the phone this week with Noel Ledermann, a longtime reader who told me that he has shared the following article with many
By Jim Whitt On Thursday most of us will sit down to tables covered with more food than we can say grace over. Here in