People of Understanding
“Then, by the good hand of our God upon us, they brought us a man of understanding, of the sons of Mahli the son of Levi, the son of Israel, namely Sherebiah, with his sons and brothers, eighteen men . . .”
Having understanding is a step towards compassion.
Oh Lord, we pray and seek You to be men and women of understanding.
And here’s a simple poem . . .
I may not comprehend algebra
or scientific equations
or have the solutions for
but I ask You Lord
to help me understand
to love and care about
the basic needs of fellow man.
4 thoughts on “Understanding People (Not Problems)”
I am tired. This hurts having no one to understand you.
Reblogged this on onbeingmindful and commented:
this is my goal for being a therapist
Thank you, Shelly! God bless you!
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