Commitment | Motivation | Opportunity | Risk | Service

I recently used a story I found in Sunday Sermons that illustrates two kinds of persons — the active and the passive. Those who grab hold of life and those who are out to lunch. It seems a man was driving on a lonely road one summer day. He saw a car with a flat tire pulled on the shoulder of the road. A woman was standing next to the car and looking down in dismay at the flat tire. The man decided to pull over and play the Good Samaritan. He grew hot and sweaty and dirty in the hot sun as he changed the tire. The woman was watching him and when he was finished she said, “Be sure and let the jack down easily now, because my husband is sleeping in the back seat of the car!”

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