Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much.
Luke 16:10 (NIV)
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Saturday, after my run, my ear buds disappeared. While this is no major cause for alarm, I do rely upon my iPod to track and soundtrack my dogwalks, my runs, and occasionally my life. “Legendary loser-of-things, I do not play hide and seek. Rather, I border on obsessive-compulsion ONLY about putting certain things in their place.” Not this time. I frantically circled the house retracing my steps to no avail. Then I gave up. I do not make myself crazy when things go missing. After my son and I got tired of looking around the house, we offered a prayer. And then I let it go.
A sermon touched me in church on Sunday. I thanked our Pastor, even admitting that it got a little too close. “Have you ever been in the midst of an intensely personal moment, where a sermon speaks solely to you?” It so moved me that I wrote about it. I published my post, and prepared for my morning run.
I was a little off because I was intending to use my back-up headphones. They were once lux and lovely when I gave them to my beloved as a Christmas gift, but they are a little careworn now, and one side does not play properly, but they stay secure during my workout, and more importantly, I know where they are.