Visit site
  • Whose Shoes?

    Compassion - Never judge a man until you walk a mile in his shoes. This quote can be found in various forms but the meaning is always the same.

  • Paige Nelson

    Not a quote but still inspirational

  • Pam Thompson

    water bottle shoes ... be thankful.

  • Nadia Hussain

    Poverty - The person using water bottles as slippers shows how much of a lack of resources poorer countries have that even basic necessities like shoes are hard for them to get. It makes me more aware of what i have in my life and it is taken for granted, i appreciate my resources more.

  • Julie Bauman

    Need to remember this when I stand at my closet and complain because I don't have shoes to 'go with this outfit'. Puts it all into perspective...

  • Holly Glass Hummitch

    makes you look at your life from a different perspective. be thankful. be grateful.

Related Pins

Convicting...what are you doing right now to make sure your children will have/ or have Godly parents?

Don't let a bad day make you feel like you have a bad life.

Need to remember this and be thankful!!!!

Someone else is happy with less than what you have. (Be thankful, for everything)

Sometimes I forget how fortunate I am..

This spoke to me, louder than anything with the same information in a different format. I thank my lucky stars I have the good fortune to be able to read; buy a coffee because I feel like it, maybe even a muffin; to wake up with a roof over my head and a full stomach; to not feel hunger, pain or poverty. It scares me to think about the billions of people who are less fortunate than I,

I usually don't care much for sappy quotes, but I always need to be reminded of this. Coveting is ugly, and, if left unattended, grows into jealousy. And jealousy can grossly interfere with God's plan for your life, but, even worse, it can interfere with His plan for someone else's life.

One teacher says that she used it with her fourth graders. They read it and then discussed all that we "don't like" to do, but are grateful for, as in this passage. Then each wrote his/her own poem "I don't like __ but I'm thankful for it because it means ___."

A fact of which I'm all too aware due to having lost many loved ones, and why this week was and will be the only time I celebrate my 29th birthday (as opposed to my calling every birthday from here on out another "29th")... I welcome 30, 31, 40, etc., because each year is a gift. Celebrate your age!