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The value of an individual is measured by existence not performance. There are things that I want to do because they increase my ability to enjoy existing. There are things that I do in order to continue existing. But if I begin to base the value of my existence on what I accomplish toward these ends, their accomplishment becomes meaningless and my value becomes an illusive hope that someday I will possess the validation of my existence. -Charles M. Heyworth
The greatest treasure, rarest find; its value deep in vaults of time. So, that worth seeking often hides, beyond the reach of simple minds. Where only by the journey, can the seeker be the key. Unlocked in growing character, to safely wield its sacred mystery. Thus, knowledge waits, its power kept; for only those whose use could bless. -CMH
“I see you.” This phrase is used in the movie ‘Avatar’ as a form of greeting by the native people. Though its use in the movie is cultural, the application of its idea is incredibly Christian. To see people means to look past the image that a person presents to see the person that God created them to be. 1 Samuel 16:7 For the Lord sees not as man sees: man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart. I have seen people this week. I see the lives that they live outside of the context...