Everybody needs someone who can “zing” them with the very best of intentions. 🙂
The people used to strengthen us are never those who sympathize with us; in fact, we are hindered by those who give us their sympathy, because sympathy only serves to weaken us. Oswald Chambers
What think you?
I read this and contemplated the countless times I’ve called my good friends and complained over my lot in life.
I realized something really important.
The friends who love me most are those who are hardest on me. (Which begs the question, can we as adults, be “parented” by our friends?)
From where I sit, a good friend is one who listens to my moans and groans just long enough for me to know they’ve heard and felt my pain before they zing me (in the most loving way possible) with the hard truth of taking responsibility for my attitude and actions.
The zing is the key element of…
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