Tuesday, November 09, 2004

One Person Can Make a Difference

Last night, at our church, we fed 12-15 homeless persons. This morning in the Tennessean is an article by Frank Boehm titled, "Yes, one person can make a difference," and his article is about Teenie Buchel, who when she dies, wants, instead of flowers, for money to go to the homeless.

Boehm in his article tells of reading his prayer book which says, "Each of us is a shattered urn, grass that must wither, a flower that will fade, a shadow moving on, a cloud passing by, a particle of dust floating on the wind, a dream forgotten."
But he goes on to say how each of us can make a difference. Are we making a difference?


At 8:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Even a smallest soul can make a different.


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