“I’m in LOVE.” “Let’s stay in love forever!” “Do you still love me?” “How do I know you really love me?” “I don’t know if I love you anymore.” From the moment we utter our first cry on earth, we crave love.
Some things you never forget. The phone call in the middle of the night. The sound of heavy steps in the hallway and a door closing. The noise of a car door opening and shutting, and the hum of our Chevrolet sedan whispering the truth through my open window as our car backed out of the driveway into the street. Then silence. But sleep wouldn’t come again for a while. My eyes might try to close, but imagination would pry them open with invisible toothpicks: Who is it this time, Lord? A baby? A mother, father, teenager, child?
Habits can be good or bad. But if you can change this one habit, it may affect not only you, but literally thousands in your lifetime.