In the Hands of God

People misinterpret reality, believe these misinterpretations, and they become lies.  Loretta got angry at our upstairs neighbor for letting his air-conditioner get to the point where it leaked water into our apartment, and she told him to stay out.  Bob interpreted this to mean she wouldn’t let the insurance adjuster in, and there’s the lie.

What are we going to do with humanity?  Christ must have asked that question often.  He gave his all.  A man can’t do more than give his life for his fellow human beings.

But what can I do with Bob?  I’ll try to talk with him, though he may continue to believe he’s right.  In the end, I have to put it in the hands of God.

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