Normal Life

CaptureMy Featured Blogger this week is Don White of Walking the path. I know nothing about Don (his blog is still new) except that he writes with a great deal of wit and wisdom. Oh, yes, and this: that you should read his posts!

Walking the path

(3-minute read)

My brother Steve tells the story of his first visit with a new doctor. He told her, “Doctor, I want to let you know that I smoke too much, drink too much, eat the wrong foods, stay up too late, and live with constant stress. But, the one thing I don’t do is drugs.”

“How can I help you today, Steve?” she asked.

Steve replied, “I’m here for the drugs.” Fortunately, he only needed an antibiotic.

I think about that story every time I need a doctor. A little over a week ago, I got sick. I prayed for the first three days that the Lord would instantly heal me. After getting worse, I moved on to Plan B. Nowadays, diagnosing your illness starts with the assumption that you have one of two things. You either have COVID or Not-COVID. It turned out that I had Not-COVID. They…

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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5 Responses to Normal Life

  1. I loved this post of Don’s he wrapped some wisdom within his clever wit.

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  2. Audience of One says:

    He does indeed write with wit and wisdom. Thank you, Mitch! I enjoyed this very much!

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  3. byngnigel says:

    Was a wonderful testimony..and brought home.the reality of many things..helped put current distresses into perspective. Will.be following Don now. Thanks for sharing mate

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  4. Thotaramani says:

    God sometimes come in a human form and answers our prayers. I trust this. It was really nice post.💯👍🏻

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