Alright, so, in the world nowadays, there’s something that we all have in common despite the fact that we are all different and unique. Its something that we all may need from time to time, but its also something that is incredibly difficult to ask for. Do you have any thoughts what it might be? Well, I’m not going to tell you yet, instead, let’s talk about Meah and myself. Each weekend, we talk to each other and help each out with our blogs. We talk about ideas to each other for our respective blogs and then we help each other flesh our ideas and expand upon them or add to them. Separately, we might each have ideas or thoughts, but we help each other turn those thoughts into good blogs. We encourage each other and build each other up when we help each other as well. My point in sharing that lies within something my father said at church just this past week. Each of us have our own unique talents, thoughts, gifts. However, that doesn’t mean we can do everything perfectly. So, what happens when we run into something we can’t accomplish ourselves? We have to ask others for Help! Now, that is tricky, because, if you ask for help, doesn’t that mean you give up trying yourself and wouldn’t that make you weak? No, no, not at all. Here’s why. We all have our own unique gifts, talents and skills, and those skills are going to be different from others skills. Meaning, we may not possess the skill to do something, but our friend may. And, if we ask them for help, that will mean that we recognize and accept that we’re not perfect and it will also give us a chance to strengthen our friendships with those around us who ask to help because asking someone for help in a way recognizes that person has a unique talent and that is good. And, as well, as Dad said, as people of faith in the world, asking for help and helping out others is very important. As far as helping others, that should be done not for gain, but because if you help a fellow human being, that just seems like something good and also it seems like the right thing to do, its as simple as that. In the example with Meah and myself, we both have different ideas, views, opinions, etc. in our heads that the other one doesn’t and it is helpful to talk to each other and get each others ideas, ask each for help. So, my point? If you need help, ask for it. If someone asks you to help and its within your power and ability to help a person, help them! Words to live by this Holy Week!
Alright, thats about all the time I have, so until next week, take care, be safe, and goodbye everyone, have a great weekend and great Easter, I’ll see you right back here next week!