by Dr. Gary Welton
Grove City, PA -(Ammoland.com)- Mary Poppins was “practically perfect in every way,” except that Mary Poppins isn’t real.
I fall very short of “practically perfect” in any way, every single day. I do things I regret; even more I fail to do things I should. Beyond these sins of omission and commission, however, even when I do the right things, I often do them for the wrong reasons.
Hester wore a scarlet “A” on her chest. I wear almost the entire alphabet. Perhaps my “A” is for arrogance; my “G” is for greed; and my “J” is for jealousy. My “S” is in the largest font of all and represents selfishness. I’m just getting started, but that’s enough self-disclosure for now.
These habitual sins of mine are often private; they occur within my mind. Yet they are not victimless sins, as they impact the way I behave toward those around me, when I communicate messages of personal prejudice rather than messages of love. I have much higher expectations for myself, yet I deal with many of the …Read the Rest