These wise words from the founder of the Methodist movement are perfect for the way I feel this morning. Each of us have our own thoughts and opinions about the outcome of the Presidential election. And none of us have the right to condemn someone for not agreeing with us.
The will of the majority has been made known. Now it is time for all of us to do our best to support the new President in every possible way. Time will show whose opinions about the choice of our leader was more correct.
As Wesley stated, everyone of us must give an account of themselves to God. Until then, I will pray for our new leaders, pray for the safety of our nation and our planet, and pray for all those that might not agree with opinions.
It’s never been about what we say we believe. In reality, what we say matters little. All of us have our opinions, even if many of us are silent and never verbally express our feelings.
What truly matters is how we live. What we do has power, real power. There is eloquence in action that speaks louder than anything we may say.
We need to care enough to take action. When that happens we will begin changing the world.
Talking about ending hunger and poverty is good. But it’s not enough. Let’s use 2016 to come together and continue to set the example of how to end hunger in our lifetime.