this submarine was created by welder who had not previous experience in shipbuilding. However, he wanted to raise a sunken Cruise ship. He tested the submarine and successfully raised many small wrecks. But during one storm, the submarine broke loose and was shipwrecked in it’s current location.
What struck me was that she’s asking me to have consideration for others while screaming over a crying infant who I was changing.
All through the web, and when I open the Bible, I’m reminded that our words can tear a person down our build them up. I am reminded of the power of our words.
We throw out phrases like: consideration, sympathy, empathy, but I sense these are just key words. Words that we have to remember without actually exercising their meaning.
Have you noticed that when you turn on the news, you usually hear about something dramatic that has happened? The anchor person gives you snippets of information, and right before they go to commercial they remind you why you’re watching the program to begin with. […]
Have you ever noticed that when you say: “Today is a bad day.”, you really start to have a bad day? That you cannot see anything good in that day, and all you see is the negativity around you.
But what happens when you change that? What happens when something bad happens but you don’t let that take over? When you tell yourself that: “Yes this happened, but it doesn’t define my whole day.”
I had a great time Tuesday! I relaxed, painted my nails, enjoyed a day of pampering, signed up for another domain name, and just had fun! I didn’t want much for my special day, since everything I would like cannot get right now, and honesty, getting it wouldn’t increase my happiness–so I have to ask myself, do I need it. But who am I kidding, it’s fun to gush over things that you like!
Last week, we left off with Linus running away from his two friends, and not sure what to say to either one of them if they caught up to him. But in his time of running, he didn’t know the craziness he was creating….let’s see what happens.