Different, not necessarily better

Be honest. How many times have you watched someone do something and you, thinking they didn’t do it correctly, interrupted them midstream to show them the right way to do it? Then afterward, it dawns on you that the job would have been done right the first way after all. I know it has happened to me many, many times in my past. I had my way of doing things and if it was not done that way, of course, it had to be wrong. Really? For so many folks, it seems to be an impossibility that some way other than there way could actually work. Maybe it’s pride. Or perhaps it’s control. Whatever the reason, the painful but very constructive lesson has been invaluable by so many when they discover they’re

Walking Integrity's Road

The dictionary defines the word integrity as the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness and the state of being whole and undivided. When I think of that word, I quickly have images of men and women from my past who have exemplified this definition. I bet if you were asked to name a couple of folks, you could no doubt name a few names. Maybe it was a school teacher. Or perhaps it was a pastor, a scout leader, a friend's father or mother. HECK! Maybe it was your own parents or siblings or even all the above. The truth is, there is probably someone in your life who has always stood when no one else was standing, walked when others stopped, was willing to t

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