Well, I’m back for day 2 of the 31 day writing challenge. I’m only on the second day and already I’m feeling the pinch of this challenge. But, it’s a good feeling because it means I’m stepping out of my comfort zone.
Today’s prompt is: View.
I wonder how I’m shaping their view. Particularly hers.
How is what I’m doing, saying, and feeling being portrayed to their little influential minds? Am I shaping their minds and their views for the better?
Am I helping them to view the world in a realistic, and yet positive manner?
Through my actions, and hopefully my heart, I desire to demonstrate servant hood, Jesus-style.
So, when I make that extra meal for another family, do they see my view? That sometimes the need extends beyond our front door.
When I explain that not everyone learns at the same pace, do they see my view? That sometimes people have their own set of challenges, but that doesn’t make them any less worthy of our love or respect?
Am I helping to color their world-view in such a manner that they will make a difference? Not just in worldly ‘big’ ways, but in Jesus-style small ways? In the daily details.
1 thought on “Day 2 – View”
Beautiful post. I often find myself asking the same questions. I think as long as we’re showing a consistently good example then, yes, they’ll take our examples and move forwards with them, incorporating them in to their own lives. I see my 4 year old repeating behaviours of mine (good ones, thankfully) and it makes my heart sing.