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Topic: Selfishness (02/14/05)
TITLE: Option A is Really No Option At All
By Angela Copeland
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The garage door opens as my husband’s car rolls in from another long day at work. Dinner has been put off, as it often is, and I wonder if he’ll say anything to me about it. I close my eyes hoping that he does not. While he strolls into the house and walks upstairs to change his clothes, I carefully sneak into the kitchen and throw some chicken pot pies into the oven. I am now able to say that our scrumptious dinner is in the oven.
In my heart, I hear a gentle whisper, “You know that I have called you to take care of your family. I have blessed you with these children and a husband who loves you.” I hear the voice almost everyday. Yet I choose to ignore it. Each day, however, the voice gets softer. I look forward to when I do not hear it anymore.
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