I’m out of words to express how meaningful these words have been to me and my loved ones. Keep up the the powerful words.
A friend recently asked me to talk to his teenage son who was drifting away from his studies and getting into friendships that deeply troubled him. I felt somewhat awkward to advice another man’s son when I have a teenage son that I sometimes worry about. Also I felt since I am not a counselor or a psychologist, I would be the least qualified to provide any professional advice.
Today I accidentally ran into my friend’s son after church service and had the opportunity to talk to him. We spent about 30 minutes talking, listening and laughing about school, friends and professions. As we walked out my friend saw us and I could see his eyes were filled and he said a quiet Thank You to me. I am not really sure what I did would help his son but my friend’s eyes tell me I may have.
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