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Monday, November 06, 2006
luncheon meat

i reached church early yesterday to prepare to play for the kids' worship... dawn came a little while later and we started practice with a piano and a voice... well, soon, Sebastian and some children came in the room... as i was playing the piano, sebastian stood beside me to get my attention so that i know he has reached... i looked at him and there he was, small and cute and eating his half-eaten still-eating luncheon meat... so, i grabbed his hand that was holding the meat and brought it near my mouth and i took a bite... surprisingly, he did not had any violent reactions or whatsoever which, if you would know him thinks that it was not normal... after stealing that bite from him, he went off playing "catching" with his other friends...

soon, after a while, before the worship, i felt a tap behind me and i turned to look back... there, a tiny short hand held with a last piece of small luncheon meat was stretched out directly in front of me... involunteerily, i opened wide my mouth and allowed that one last piece into my mouth.... and i wondered now, what a sacrifice a child made and that really taught me a lesson... i was touched... you know what i mean huh..

often, such small things/sacrifices just affect us... it teaches us valuable lessons and allow us to reflect on our actions and theirs... i just think that we should appreciate each other more and the things God has blessed us with... not forgetting to share our blessings with others...

Thanks for that Luncheon meat!!!