A Lesson from A Bag of Cookies

August 07, 2016 1 Comment

A Lesson from A Bag of Cookies

It's all about perspective. Today I want to share with you a story I was told by Pastor Jenkins from Queens about a woman who was overwhelmed by her day and took her frustrations out on the passengers next to her. As you'll learn, there's a valuable lesson about being generous, and how things aren't always the way they seem. And for this, it's so important we keep an open perspective and an open mind on the things happening around us.

 




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Cheryl N
Cheryl N

August 08, 2016

Loved this story and think too often we don’t step back especially when we are frustrated with a situation or life.

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