How different are we?

Just how different are we?

Business owner to customer, parent to child, friend to friend.

How different are we?

Look past the differences. The color of our hair, the color of our eyes, the color of our clothes, the color of our skin, even the stripes on our pajamas.

Deep down we have the same basic wants and needs; to be appreciated, to be valued, to be heard, to be loved.

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5 Responses to How different are we?

  1. Patty Hebert says:

    Amen. My first and last customer of each and everyday is my family. 🙂

    • David says:

      GREAT perspective Patty. I hadn’t thought of my family that way. We’ve been having a study on Wednesday nights with just the men of our congregation. Tonight it was about being a father. One line the speaker used was, “Fathers, don’t let your children become orphaned by desertion.”

  2. Jeff Noel says:

    One of those BFO’s in life.

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