Turn Your Face Into the Breeze

The heat can make anyone grumpy. Not that it’s difficult to make me crabby, but yesterday in our building-cum-old- house church, it was 90 degrees, and we don’t have air conditioning. After working in the building, straightening-up, removing light bulbs to make it cooler, getting up and down on the ladder, I was definitely hot.

And I stayed that way all day.

But this morning, on my run, I felt a breeze. A cool, moving breeze. And I remembered.

You have to turn your face into the breeze. If you don’t, you’ll stay hot for a long time.


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