What's For Dinner?
Make dinner time, family time!
Mind-stretching brain games and conversation starters. It's the perfect opportunity for sharing stories, building knowledge, strengthening character, and having fun!
Do you ever make a to-do list for recording the tasks you plan to accomplish?
Instead, make a list of the things that you have already accomplished or things
that are so automatic that you don’t even need to think about them.
For example, I never need to think about how to get hot water for my bath. I simply turn on the tap and heated water comes out. Centuries ago (or even today in different cultures) sitting in a tub of hot water took careful planning.
Name some other things that we have the privilege of taking for granted.
I never have to remind myself to brush my teeth.
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Do, Love And Hope
Benjamin Franklin once said, "Enemies do man more good than harm. They
point out to us our faults; they put us upon our guard; and help us to live
more correctly. The best men have always had their share of envy and malice
of the foolish and wicked, and a man has therefore some reason to be ashamed
of himself when he meets with none of it. My good friend Rev. Whitefield
once said, When I am on the road and see boys in a field pelting a tree,
though I am too far off to know what tree it is, I conclude it has fruit on
How do you feel about this idea? Can you think of ways that your enemies have actually helped you?
(Of course, a person wouldn’t intentionally create an enemy!)
A bit of competition keeps us on our toes.
Can you solve
Alex's Mystery Picture?