The Haxtun-Fleming Herald - What can we reason but from what we know? -Alexander Pope

Fearless Faith

The scarcity of plenty

 


The old adage about the grass being greener on the other side of the fence still speaks as loudly today as when it was first coined around the time of Christ. Attributed to the poet Ovid, it speaks to covetousness and the discontent we all share when there is something we imagine that we can’t do without, something that is oh-so-close yet manages to elude our grasp. Sometimes we allow ourselves to become so enamored with the thought of getting that we entirely forget that giving is also a critical part of the equation. So, we cry foul, scuff our feet in the dirt, and declare what a raw...



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