Change Agents A cartoon depicts a man at a podium firing up a crowd. “Who wants change?” he shouts. You can almost hear the excitement and urgency. “we do!” the listeners cry, all raising their hands. But the next frame features a follow-up question: “Who wants to change”?” The audience is silent
I have had several things bouncing around my heart and I thought I would share a few thoughts in response to and in preparation for some of the things we find in this season of life.
A hidden gem on Main St. in Wallace is a sweet thrift shop called Blessings in Store (BIS)! Manned (or more aptly ‘womanned’!) completely by volunteers, it is a source of many extremely well priced treasures – clothing, shoes, books, household items, exercise equipment whatever! Before I became a volunteer, I used to stop in to discover
Speak to people. There is nothing so nice as a cheerful word of greeting. Smile at people. It takes 72 muscles to frown, only 14 to smile. Call people by name. The sweetest music to anyone’s ears is the sound of his own name. If you don’t know the individual name “do not address them