11 Oct Leave room for MARGIN
I was talking to a very busy father the other day. He is the Chief of Staff of medicine at one of the major Hospitals in the area and was taking time out for his daughter's soccer game, though he admitted he regularly worked 16 hour days and did not see his children often enough. He is a brilliant man of medicine yet confessed he did not know how to use technology well. I immediately had him pull his iPhone out and showed him several features. A major one was texting.
Many parents are overloaded with schedules that are too busy, not enough time and especially not enough time for their children. I told him that texting his children several times a day, just to say "I love you," "You matter", "What are you doing?" will make all the difference in the world in keeping connected. It will let them know you care and are really just a call or text away.
We need to leave room for margin. That white space on a page. That free time in our day for something else to occur. We cannot get so busy that we forget about doing those special things for our spouse, our children or a stranger.google.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
Do you know that Christ Jesus did great healing in what you would call "margin"? As Jesus was urgently walking to heal a man's daugther, he stopped to heal a woman in great need. (Matt. 9)
Are you making room for MARGIN? Are you taking the time to help someone along the way, or help your family along the way? Are you looking around and noticing the unnoticeable? You can make some to the greatest impact with some of the littlest things in life.google.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 << Previous Post Next Post >>