Go Serve Someone

On Tuesday I was running late to the airport.   I decided to park inside to be closer, but there was an attendant at the gate that said it was full and I had to go to the economy parking. I took the trip around the airport to get back to the economy parking and struggled to find a spot. After parking a long ways away from any of the bus stops I ran to catch a bus I could see in the distance only to find it was full. I waited another 5 minutes for the next bus as I got the notification that my flight was boarding. The second bus came and there was room. I got in ready to zoom to the terminal but there were several elderly passengers with wheel chairs, walkers and canes that all had to get off. At this point my anxiety was
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The Power of Kindness

William Wordsworth said, “The best portion of a good man’s life – his little, nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and love.” When our family put together our family purpose, we discussed our values, passions, and talents. My wife and I both felt a strong desire to put a priority on serving others, to reach out, to help, and to uplift. We added to our purpose statement a motto: Serve God, Serve Each Other, Serve Others. To reinforce this motto, every night before we go to bed, we each share how we helped or served somebody that day. Our four-year-old daughter Andie loves this part, and thinks about it during the day – always making note of opportunities to serve. As we enter the Holiday season we are entering my favorite time of year because of people’s disposition to do good, show love and be kind. My wife came up with
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