THERE seem to be so many people, who when they have finished using their spectacles put them on the top of their head.
To me this poses the question of, “Can they see through them when they put the glasses on again with all the hairspray or gel which must coat the glass?”.
Do they not realise this or are they just being stubborn? Or is it a fashion statement?
I wear a watch on my left wrist which also tells me the number of steps that I have done throughout the day, plus I wear an ordinary watch on the same wrist which I gather is not cool in the eyes of younger people.
My grown-up Granddaughters are always saying that I should wear one of the watches on the other wrist if I must wear both but because I won’t, they call me stubborn.
Throughout life each one of us must have experienced our times of stubbornness and that of others.
In his earthly ministry, we read that Jesus Christ met many stubborn people, but he always brought them to realise that their actions were so often selfish and did not help other people.
Jesus came to help and to teach us that throughout our lives it is better to help others than to be selfish in our attitude to those around us, who may be in need.
This week, let us look around and see who we can help.
Something to Think About is supplied by Churches Together in Evesham and District