In January, when thinking about my 2015 resolutions I made happiness my goal. I wrote about finding happiness in the everyday. Even when I can barely see over the pile of IEPs on my desk, I try to choose happiness. Everyone finds that happiness in different places. For me comes from serving others. Educators who work in the public schools are public servants. We work for the public. For most of us, that means a life dedicated to the service of children.
While sitting in church a few weeks ago, I listened to a great message about serving others. Like all good sermons, it made me think about my own life and life’s work. Jesus was a servant for all man. Read in Mark 10:45, “The Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
Christian living is walking in the shadow of our servant King. It is making sure that we stay in the path where he loves to serve his people—the path of faith and love. (source)
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