Adversity | Death | Depression | Freedom | Life | Perspective | Problems | Story | Suffering | Trial

A preacher was walking down the street when he saw his friend George approaching. It was obvious from the look on his face that he was deeply concerned about something. The pastor asked him, “How are you, George?” It was a routine inquiry, but George took him very seriously and for fifteen minutes told him his troubles. The pastor said to him, “George, I’m sorry to see you in such a depressed state. How did you get this way?” “It’s my problems,” George said. “Problems, nothing but problems. I’m fed up with problems. If you could get me rid of all my problems, I would contribute $5,000 to your favorite charity.” That got the pastor’s attention. He said, “Yesterday I went to a place where thousands of people reside. As far as I could determine, not one of them has any problems. Would you like to go there?” “When can we leave?” answered George. “That sounds like my kind of place.”…

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