Here’s a funny reason why you shouldn’t wear flip flops to the county fair.
That “fair warning” comes courtesy of Mike Kupferer, who reveals the irony is it’s the foot of a parent of a 4H student. This was not her first time at the fair, which makes it even more unbelievable. From his vantage point, “She didn’t seem bothered at all by it.”
that next opportunity you’re about to step into?
There’s going to be some “dung” somewhere in it.
- A person whose grumpiness you let make you grumpy, especially as you unconsciously try to make others grumpy about his/her grumpiness.
- A broken and flawed person who by now you expect to be unbroken and unflawed. (P.S. Have fun waiting.)
- A system that is full of “crap” (pardon me if that offends you) that doesn’t offend you like “crap” should (pardon me if that doesn’t offend you).
- A major character flaw in you that affects people you’re trying to impact because it makes them more focused on what’s dangling off of you than what’s coming out of you.
This is the point where I’d perhaps suggest an action step – something you could do get better at this.
Instead, I’d suggest the opposite.
Simply be bothered by it versus walking around with it…
“…so He got up from the meal, took off His outer clothing, and wrapped a towel around His waist. After that, He poured water into a basin and began to wash His disciples’ feet, drying them with the towel that was wrapped around Him. (John 13:4-5)
Maybe you assume the question is, “What is the ‘dung’ you wish other people were more bothered by?”
Then again, maybe the question really is “What ‘dung’ in your own life do you wish you were more bothered by?”