As one who oft’ complains about her calling, and made her #1 new year’s resolution to “stop being antagonistic at presidency meetings,” I felt humbled when I read Gold to Give, an essay from the latest issue of Segullah.
To hit the pillow on Sunday night, exhausted and still in your stockings, having had to economize your time to serve one who seemed more needy than the next—only to regret your decision the next morning”¦ Well, that makes my own morning decision (Should I bring out the hearts yet? Or leave up the snowflakes?) seem just plain trivial.
Please read it– best 10 minutes of your day, I promise– and share with me the feelings, relationships and things you have sacrificed to serve in your part of the vineyard. Tell me what you have traded and why you made the choice that you did. And was it worth it? (I’m sure it was.)