“They say that nobody is perfect. Then they tell you practice makes perfect. I wish they’d make up their minds.” (Wilt Chamberlain)
Ain’t that the truth.
The world is fickle. It tells you to work hard for recognition… but then changes it’s mind all the time. The world continues to expect more and more of us, so we push ourselves to be better.
We want to be perfect.
Worst part? We end up doing the same thing to our kids. We expect more than we should. Our unrealistic expectations of their performance at school, in sports, of spirituality, etc. rages out of control.
Our children end up discouraged, discontent and disillusioned.
Are you teaching your kids to be perfect?
Sometimes we do it without even realizing it.
And it’s dangerous.
Come visit me and I’ll tell you why.
By the way, Wayne starts his new job tomorrow. We finally get to exhale… God is so faithful.
perfect fulfilling week!
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