A Stupid Idea Turns Good

I learned a lot this summer.  I learned to put customer numbers on guest checks to keep track of orders.  I learned to use guest checks.  I learned that a farm can grow the commons as well as it ca

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  1. “And its funny how one silly little broken toe can throw off the whole body.”

    In the Greek world this was a part of a common analogy. St. Paul stated in one of his letters: 1 Corinthians 12:20ff (here taken from The Message: ‘What we have is one body with many parts, each its proper size and in its proper place. No part is important on its own. Can you imagine Eye telling Hand, “Get lost; I don’t need you”? Or, Head telling Foot, “You’re fired; your job has been phased out”? As a matter of fact, in practice it works the other way—the “lower” the part, the more basic, and therefore necessary.’

    Thank you for the wonderful reminders about work, coffee, diversion, and peace.

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