(I took the header picture of a Common Loon resting on a pond in Utah on its way north in June of 2015. It was in transition from winter to summer plumage.)

Translate - I dare you. Then make a comment on the funny errors the translator made.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Typecast: more about bad decisions


Ted said...

There's also Mattew 10:29:
"Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? Yet not one of them will fall to the ground outside your Father's care." (NIV)

I'm not much for predestination either, but experiences the last few years have taught me that worrying is pretty much useless. No matter how bleak things look (and they've been pretty bleak), things will always work out.

The things that befall are never as bad as they seem, money always comes when it's needed, and worry never changes anything. (:

Ina said...