I wanted to address Wednesday’s post about Is Being Single a Choice? I absolutely loved the conversation the developed. After reading a few of the comments, I felt the need to clarify a couple of points. When I asked is being single a choice, I did not mean to imply that if a person is single, then they are that way by choice. I have several single friends who are single by circumstance, not by choice. They are hoping for a spouse someday, but it hasn’t happened yet. My main purpose of the post was to say I did not believe people are meant to be alone. If a person desires be married, then I believe God will help them to find their mate or change their heart to be satisfied with being single. Many people who are single maintain their status by choice. I apologize if my post offended anyone. That truly was not my intent.
I’m blogging at MBT Ponderers today, talking about Change Equals Growth. Here’s a snippet of the post:
I work with children on a daily basis. One of the most amazing moments of being an early childhood educator is seeing their physical and cognitive skills development. I praise my infant Little Darling for learning how to clap her chubby little hands. I praise my preschool Little Darlings for their letters and spelling their names. I praise my toddler Little Darling for sharing toys with her friends. One of the saddest things about these precious Little Darlings is they outgrow me. Their changes as they develop and grow older require higher levels of learning than what I offer.