I’m a bad driver, but I want to get better.

I’m not calling the person a fool… in fact I don’t really care for this word whatsoever. What I am saying is this… usually when we act out of anger with the intention of hurting someone else, we really hurt ourselves more than the person we are trying to hurt.

In this case, that is exactly what happened and it was instant “karma” as some might say. She was literally getting hurt as she was attempting to hurt me. I don’t think she saw the irony at the moment… I wonder if she ever will.

By the way, if you are reading this… I’m sorry. I know I’m a poor driver, but I intend to get better. I want to be a safe, considerate driver and I’ll strive for that in the future.

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I read a great blog entry today… so I decided to share it with you!

The following is a short story by Mick Mooney: (Click Here to visit his blog, or here to visit his Facebook page. Also all of Mick’s kindle version books are on sale right now for 2.99, here.)

Once upon a time, a mother made her son a wristband. On it was written: WWJD. This, of course stood for: What Would Jesus Do?’ She instructed her son to look at the wristband before making decisions on how to live his Christian life.

A week later she was shocked to see that her son had become friends with prostitutes, was hanging out with ‘sinners’ – even buying people who were already drunk yet another round of beers!

Worse still, he had walked into their church the previous Sunday and tore down the book store, overturned the tables and threw the cash register through the window, he then made a whip and chased the pastor out of the building, declaring he was turning God’s house into a den of thieves.

Most shocking was what happened when his mother went to picket the local abortion clinic. To her embarrassment, her son was also there, but he was standing with the women who just had an abortion, and yelled at the protesters: “You who is without sin, throw the first stone!”

The mother was very distressed, but fortunately she found a solution to this terrible problem. She made another wristband, this time it read: WWAPD, this, she explained to her son, stood for: What Would A Pharisee Do? She took the old WWJD wristband and burned it.

Since her son has been wearing the new wristband, looking at it to help him make his decisions, he has become a dedicated tither, a public prayer warrior, an active condemner of ‘sinners’, a passionate defender of the Old Covenant law, and has a great reputation as a godly young man amongst other religious people.

Needless to say, the mother is very happy now. She only wishes Jesus would take notice and follower her son’s good example.