Eyes of Faith
While at my 9:00 am Mass, a mother and child walked in front of me, and went to the back of the church to be seated. The child let out a loud noise and began to talk (I believe the child is autistic)…..I didn't have a problem with the child or his tone, but I did notice (almost) everyone in the church quickly turn around to look at the kid or see where this loud voice was coming from. I felt bad for the mom, as she was already embarrassed and had many gleaming, unrestful eyes looking at her, as if she just cursed someone in church. As church ended, I made sure to find this mother and her son and took her hand and said, " I'm praying for peace and comfort for you and your son." I just wanted her to know that they were welcome in our house of worship, and hope that I brought a smile to her heart.
I say all of this for one reason, when someone walks into church, meeting or event late.....don't stare at them. In fact, don't even look there way! They already feel uncomfortable and don't need you judging them.
Everyone has something going on in their lives, don't add an embarrassing eye to their life.
91) Don't take 20 items to the 10 items of less grocery line
92) Answer your phone with a smile
93) Positive energy is contagious
94) Listen more than you talk (learned that from my friend Karch Kiraly)
95) Tell your children you love them at least once a day
Mightier than the waves of the sea is His love for you.
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Was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer on July 18, 2018 which may have crushed someone's soul and spirit. However, it did the opposite, as I already knew GOD had claimed my victory over this disease and was using me as an instrument to others who suffer from this deadly disease.