A doctor goes to the mental hospital to visit his patients. In one room, he sees a man walking around, dragging a toothbrush on a leash. The doctor asks the man: “What are you doing, walking the dog?”
The man replies: “I’m just dragging my toothbrush on a leash.”
The doctor leaves the room amazed, thinking how many normal people end up in mental institutions… And the man says to his toothbrush: “Ha, Fifi, we sure fooled him!”
“Only a lack of imagination saves me from immobilizing myself with imaginary fears.”
Thought for the day
“If you think you are too important to help someone in need, you are only fooling yourself. You are really a nobody” (Galatians 6:3 NLT).
The size of the task is irrelevant. The only issue is, does it need to be done?
You will never arrive at the state in life where you’re too important to help with menial tasks. God will never exempt you from the mundane. It’s a vital part of your character curriculum.