Responding to Life
The way you respond has an impact on the people around you. (Tim Kight, business leader and speaker)
We may think that the way we react to life in general or to specific challenges is a private matter. Kight suggests, however that: “Your response is deeply personal but is rarely private.” It’s not just our words; our body language and facial expressions often reveal our feelings Unless we remain quiet and expressionless, we will be “heard.” So, we must be careful how we respond.
Let your conversation be gracious and attractive so that you will have the right response for everyone (Colossians 4:6).