…whether or not they’ll arrive, remains to be seen, while Mwondha refuses to come back to work. I wonder whether the doctor gave her a sick chit?
till next time,
easy does it 🙂
Wait no longer, speak!
‘Anxiety in the heart of man causes depression, but a good word makes it glad.’ PROVERBS 12:25
Few things are as powerful as the right words spoken at the right time. By the same token, words withheld when their season of opportunity is gone, are a heavy burden to live with. Looking back, one relationship expert offers these moving words: ‘I remember when I took your new car on the road and wrecked it. I thought you’d be livid and come down hard on me, but you didn’t. I remember when we went to the beach and you didn’t want to go because you said it was going to rain. We went and it rained. I was sure you’d rub it in and say, ‘I told you so!’ But you didn’t. Then there was the time when I spilled blueberry juice down the front of your new white tux. I knew you’d be upset and blame me. But you didn’t. And remember that formal evening? I was mistaken and told you it was casual. You wore blue jeans and felt like a fish out of water. I was sure you would storm out in anger and leave me standing there. But you didn’t. I wanted to tell you how much I loved you and how much I appreciated you for all those things when you returned from Vietnam. But you didn’t.’ Solomon said, ‘There is…a time to speak’ (Ecclesiastes 3:1&7 NKJV). But it’s a limited time, and when it’s over it’s gone. Don’t spend your future regretting and carrying inside you the unspoken words someone needed to hear. ‘Pleasant words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones’ (Proverbs 16:24 NIV). Wait no longer, speak!