I’m here to turn sorrow to joy and to relinquish my attempts at controlling everything..
To begin again.
Years ago, I felt led to follow a poor child and give $100 to her family. I thought they would be grateful but when I was asked to wait I could see a hospital bed in the living room, the mother dying from cancer. On the walls were photos of this giant family and clippings about the 25 children these folks had adopted. My “great” contribution was a tiny drop in a thirsty bucket. The ripple effect in that moment was that I felt so humbled, and so grateful for these parents.
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