Be the Tree!

On location filming today. Meanwhile, here’s a favorite post you may not have read. Have a spectacular week!

Mitch Teemley


Some years back, I missed a connecting flight and got stuck in Cleveland.

Oh, the humanity!

Yeah, I know, the city has spruced up a lot, but back then…

Anyway, the result was an unplanned four hour layover.  I could have bought a paperback. Or just sat and watched the slo-mo ballet of jets on the tarmac. But for some reason, when I prayed about it, I sensed God telling me to take the shuttle into the city.

“Are You sure, God?” I asked, “I mean, this is Cleveland.” 

When I arrived, I almost immediately spotted a depressed looking guy in an “Information” 800px-TERMINAL_TOWER,_OVERLOOKING_THE_PUBLIC_SQUARE,_DOMINATES_THE_CLEVELAND_SKYLINE_-_NARA_-_550198booth. So I walked over and said, “I’ve got four hours to kill. What is there to do?”

“Nothing,” he replied, “this is Cleveland.” (I’m not making this up.)

I told you, God! I said in my head.

But then God said, “Tell him about Me.”

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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5 Responses to Be the Tree!

  1. Wise good sir. ^_^ I wonder if that information guy was at all surprised? Perhaps you turned around a life, perhaps you saved a soul. In Cleveland of all places! :0

    Wonderful post! 🙂

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  2. cat9984 says:

    God does not call the trained, He trains the called. sounds like you’ve found your calling.

    Liked by 1 person

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