For me, it looks like stopping for the one, as Heidi Baker often contends.
It looks like getting more carried away by who a person is rather than who they are not.
It looks like being understanding when someone is having a rough day and acts uncharacteristically.
It looks like stopping to ask how they are and how I can help.
It looks like saying please and thank you and meaning it every time.
It looks like cracking jokes as we get the work done.
It looks like extending grace where it’s needed not just where it’s purportedly deserved.
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