There’s wisdom in being slow to speak, and slow to judge, but not slow to see.
When we’re slow to see we miss the things that are often right in front of us.
When we’re slow to see God’s grace in others we label people them, resort to name calling, consider them irrelevant, and fail to act with compassion.
When we’re slow to see we miss why God created us, and the work he wants us to do.
When we’re slow to see others for who they are we miss out on opportunities for brotherhood and real connection.
When we’re slow to see change we fail act on important opportunities.
In fact when we limit what’s coming out of our mouths by being slow to speak, and what’s coming into our heads by being slow to judge, we can actually be quick to see.
Something To Make You Go…Hmm! Never be to poor to pay attention.