I agree it is alright to think highly of yourself, but not lowly of others.
I don’t have to think about how I want to be treated; I already know.
I threw a stone one time, and it came back like a boomerang.
I know I should know better, and I do. It’s just the doing part I don’t do better.
It’s alright to miss meetings so everyone can stay healthy because I quarantined myself with a cold.
I know I shouldn’t say anything. Maybe this time I won’t.
It’s alright to use an excuse, as long as it is not a lie.
It’s alright to speak our mind, as long as we use facts and some mannerism about our tone.
I can’t throw the 1st stone even if I wanted too. It is no longer a tiny pebble.
I cannot read your mind, so when are you going to learn, you cannot read mine?
I have my opinions as you have yours. Let’s agree not to repeat them to no avail, and move on.
I know I don’t know everything, nor do you, and I really don’t care to know. Too much information for me.
I don’t need you to tell me how to live my life, I have Jesus for that. Although, I am open to receive counsel from others.
I know we are all different, I have no problem with that. Why should you?
Come as you are. Only you and God know if the real you show up.
When others mind your business things get messy.
I know it is better to give than receive. I have done it, and it works. Being humble is the hard part.
I know it’s all about God, and I need to act like it. If I don’t all the I’s and It’s will be in vain.
I need more than just some pretty words, what they need are structure and truth.
I must take heed, follow to my heart, listen to Jesus Christ, and adjust myself according to His will.
I AM JUST SAYING! I THINK I WILL.
In Jesus name we pray.
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