We’ve had our coldest yet this winter. Yesterday I ventured out for a few minutes to a supermarket close by. Since it might snow on Monday it was best to get the main necessities. But the cold made my feet stiff as logs.
This morning I managed to get my stiff body off to church. I hadn’t been there for a couple of weeks because of the congestion I’ve been fighting. “I haven’t seen you in a while,” said one of the ladies. I told her I’d been sick. “That’s too bad,” she answered. “Keep at it, and don’t give up on your healing!” And off she went!
I‘m thinking it’s better not to ask someone how they’re doing, if you don’t care. Love cares!
One time this lady helped me with some shopping. During our trip together she told me about her weekly program. The games on Mondays, the fun on Tuesdays, the friends on Wednesdays, the outing in Thursdays, the shopping on Fridays… This was on a Saturday so I guess it was okay that I had asked for help. But it sure makes me hesitant when I need to ask for assistance.
Why did I go back to thinking about this? Because it’s better not to ask, than ask and then leave a person standing, feeling like a fool.
How do we care for each other?
LOVE CARES …
Q UICK TO FORGIVE
How can we show someone we care, someone that is very needy of a caring heart.