FRIDAY REFLECTIONS: Learning to Recycle

April 28, 2012 at 1:48 PM Leave a comment


As I started working on this week’s blog post, I realized that Ramon Presson’s recent Williamson Herald article was resonating through my heart much more than anything else I had in mind to write. So I’m taking this week off to feature (once again) the work of one of my favorite people.

Believe me, you’re in for a treat…

Ramon is an inventive writer and a wonderfully wacky “deep thinker.” He’s also a hilarious poet. This coming Saturday night, he and I will be two of the “friends” joining my husband for his PAUL ALDRICH & FRIENDS comedy night at the WindFarm Cafe in Spring Hill, TN. If you live nearby, we’d love to have you join us. It’s a small venue, so come early to get a seat! (show starts at 7:00 pm) For those who’ve never seen Paul perform, here’s a link to his website: Paul Aldrich Comedy.

Okay, back to the article. It’s adapted from Ramon Presson’s thought-provoking book When Will My Life Not Suck? Please check it out… It’s a fresh look at the book of Philippians and is brimming over with his unique brand of humor and insight:

Going Green: Learning to Recycle My Past

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KIM ALDRICH

Writer... speaker..."growing edge" seeker

ABOUT ME

Each new day offers a fresh opportunity to learn or languish, stagnate or grow. Like all sincere Christians, I face the ongoing challenge of finding THE GROWING EDGE.

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WORDS TO GROW BY

TEN WAYS TO LOVE

1. LISTEN without interrupting
(Proverbs 1:8)

2. SPEAK without accusing
(James 1:19)

3. GIVE without sparing
(Proverbs 21:26)

4. PRAY without ceasing
(Colossians 1:9)

5. ANSWER without arguing
(Proverbs 17:1)

6. SHARE without pretending
(Ephesians 4:15)

7. ENJOY without complaint
(Philippians 2:14)

8. TRUST without wavering
(I Corinthians 13:7)

9. FORGIVE without punishing
(Colossians 3:13)

10. PROMISE without forgetting
(Proverbs 13:12)

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