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On Sunday, I asked a pharmacist at our church to talk to the kids about taking care of their health.

She said, “After you blow your nose, see if the stuff is clear or green.”

A boy said, “Why would I want to look at my snot?”


I said, “What’s the matter? Why won’t you do the craft?”
The crying boy said, “Because that boy won’t share the glue with me.”

It broke my heart. I felt like going to that kid and teach him a lesson about sharing.

But sometimes life isn’t like that. We can’t change people to be the way we want them to be.

So I said, “Be patient with people who are mean to us. That boy is still learning from God how to share. Don’t let one person get you down.”

That was a lesson for me to learn.

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