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Topic: Labels (01/05/04)

TITLE: LABELS Ė WHAT DO THEY SAY?
By carol elliott
01/07/04

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LABELS Ė WHAT DO THEY SAY?

Having Labels on my clothing is very important to me.

First, the label helps me to know how to care for my clothing.

Secondly, the labels tell me what sort of fabric the clothing was made from; and thirdly, the labels tell me who designed the piece of clothing.
This helps me to decide if I want to purchase the product.

Many people in life are drawn to people by how they care for them. If someone is loving and caring, that person tends to draw many people to them. They are the kind of people, who will go an extra mile for you.

This kind of person is the main focus of the story of the Good Samaritan. He stopped when all of the other men had passed the wounded man by. He took the time to get help for the man, and he was willing to pay for whatever care the man needed.
This manís kindness is evident; you could say that this man was made out of a soft material; such as silk; his gentleness was evident as he cared for the manís wounds

God has wonderfully and marvelously made us. He has designed each of us differently, but uniquely. He has made us to show his good works so that his name may be glorified.


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Kathy Pollock01/15/04
Carol, I love the notion of thinking what material people are. Your samaritan was silk and gentle, not woolen and scratchy. Good article.
Donna Haug01/18/04
Carol, I too enjoyed your comparison of people to fabric. I would have enjoyed to see a comparision of vaious different examples of 'people fabrics'. Great idea.
L.M. Lee01/18/04
good twist on the label idea.