The furnace in my house was having some problems Wednesday afternoon, and my husband spent some time tracing wires and checking circuits. He never did find out which one of the switches was faulty—all of them tested okay, and the furnace just came back on spontaneously.

That left me thinking about how we often can’t trace the events that happen in our everyday lives. Even if something looks like it is small and unimportant, that is not necessarily the case; it could turn out to be much more significant than we realize at the time.
 

Word-art that says "Remember there's no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end." -Scott Adams 

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6 Comments

  1. Very true!

  2. Hi Meg, we should never discard small things, they are important (or more) than the big ones.

  3. Oh so true, Meg! Thank you for the reminder — nothing is insignificant! 😀

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