Neglecting The Mirror

A gray-haired old lady was a longtime member of her community and church. After services one Sunday morning, she shook hands with the minister. “That was a wonderful sermon,” she told him, “Just wonderful. Everything you said applies to someone I know” (Bits & Pieces, November, 1989, p. 19). At times we have developed the bad…

The Blind Leading the Blind

Skiing can be challenging enough all by itself, but imagine doing it blind.  Every year blind skiers hit the slopes.  As you might envision, the only way this is possible is with a guide.  The guide will call out simple directions like, “Turn left.  Turn Right.  Slow down.  Stop.  Skier on your Right.”  Without someone…