Give Of Yourself

“I didn’t say you had to let him win. I just said if you guys are playing something and he’s winning … just … uh … let him stay ahead sometimes.” “I don’t understand, Mom.” “Someday you will. Just trust me on this, OK?” “Yeah, well, I’ll do it, but I don’t like it. Mark is sometimes very mean to me,” I explained. “I like to beat him at games.” “Mark can’t do all the things you and the other …


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2 comments on “Give Of Yourself

  1. Skyler Rorabaugh on said:

    Great story Ron!

    When you look at life and all of the things that have an impact on you personally, it’s ultimately your friends and family that you take with you to the next life in heaven; not the car, boat, house, job, or title.

    In today’s world it is difficult to not get caught up in the possessions game and really focus on what life is all about.

  2. Dave Hagedorn on said:

    Ron, I just read this article for a second time and followed through with the thought I had in the first place, to say, “Thanks.” I appreciate your ongoing insights and decision to write this particular article in the way that you did. I find great value in your topic selection and approach to your writing.

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