Fender-Benders & 4-Letter Words

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A person who is serious about growing spiritually will take the time to put things in PERSPECTIVE.

One day a woman had a fender-bender with her new car. It was her fault and she dreaded going home and telling her husband. When she opened the glove compartment to get her insurance card, a paper fell out, written in her husband’s distinctive penmanship. It read:

“In case of an accident, remember honey,
It is you I love and not the car.”

He put things in PERSPECTIVE.

A person who is serious about growing spiritually will strive for:

1. A day of ACCEPTANCE without judgment,
2. A day of OPPORTUNITY without a complaint and
3. A day of PERSPECTIVE without fear.

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