6060. Lazy is easy—until you pay for it. JG
Many people play the chaos management game with their life, but doing so is an end-around for genuine happiness. They look for answers where the questions are wrong and search for joy where others have found misery. With every tool in our hands for success and joy, we're often our worst enemy by the bad choices we make. Can someone like that change and at what cost?
Joy begins with recognizing good and evil and choosing good. This is Sanctity of Life weekend and it will always be a mystery how evil can find so many defenders. If something is difficult or restricts freedom, millions of people have surrendered the joy of motherhood for convenience. And who will pay for that? God alone has that answer, but I'm confident it's never too late to turn around and make right choices. It's too bad, however, that one person's laziness might mean that someone else will die for that choice.
Thank You, God, for a mother who went through misery to give birth to me.
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