When You’re Not Sure You’re Making Any Difference

10 thoughts on “When You’re Not Sure You’re Making Any Difference”

  1. Great reminders of the power of light! As I type this we are finishing up with a snow storm here and one thing I love about the snow (being that my condo faces the north so there is very little sunlight)–is it adds light to my interior space in a profound way. In the case of this type of ‘light’ just a couple of inches would suffice but God provided plenty more 🙂

    1. Riley, you made me laugh! A few inches is all I need too. I love that you shared about the light reflecting off snow. And truly, I think reflections of the Light are what we’re meant to be. (Some days I’m more dirt than snow, but hey, you know. Thank God for His grace!)

  2. Pearl, your story reminds me too, that it only takes one small light to guide others and to bring comfort.

    It also makes me think of that song, “This Little Light of Mine!”
    I’m gonna let it shine, let it shine, let it shine!

    Here’s to a light-filled day!

    1. Michelle, absolutely. I love your thoughts and the song. 🙂 Apologies for not seeing your comment til now. Technical issues with a new system. I’m behind on reading your series but I love that each title starts with refraining from one thing and embracing another! Looking up with you, friend!

    1. Sharon, thanks for your kind words. I apologize for not seeing your comment sooner. I’ve had a terrible time implementing a new comment system and apparently still have bugs to work out. Have a blessed week!

  3. Something so small shone with such intensity…what a great reminder of how each of us, in our own small way, can make a huge difference when we focus our effort. Beautiful post!

    1. Diane, thank you, sweet friend! You make a difference, gifting the world with humor and perspective. And I love how you threw in the word focus — my word for the year! (Maybe my life?) Appreciate your added insight!

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