2 thoughts on “Choices & Consequences

  1. Reblogged this on A Really Full Life and commented:
    I see this truth in my own life!
    A harsh word stirs up anger, but a soft word ‘turns down the heat of an argument’. That last bit is my own paraphrase.

    As one father used to say to his young son, “Make a good decision here Drew”!
    I always make a better decision when I think about the consequences. That’s as true for eating a second cookie, or choosing between morning News or morning Devotions.

    Thanks to Blue Skies & Lollipops for this post.

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